No matter how you read the news, there’s an exciting new premium feature for Daily Telegraph subscribers that helps you find more of the stories you want.
Staying informed on what’s happening in your suburb, town, city and state is important.
While there are stories that matter a great deal to you and your family, there are topics you have much less interest in.
We get it.
This is the driving force behind a new feature that allows subscribers to find more stories that matter to you on dailytelegraph.com.au
Introducing the My News Feed.
No matter how you read the news, it’s an exciting new premium feature for subscribers.
You’ll now notice Follow buttons appearing next to journalist names and on stories, and across the website and mobile site.
Allowing you to become the editor of your own feed, the new Follow option gives you the power to customise My News Feed to stay across the latest topics, events and journalists that matter to you.
IT’S EASY TO CURATE YOUR FEED
Step 1: Login or create a Daily Telegraph account
Step 2: Find the Follow button next to any journalist name, news topics or News Local local news page.
Step 3: Tap Follow to begin adding topics to your personalised news feed
That’s it. Your followed topics now display on The Daily Telegraph homepage and your very own My News page (when logged in)
You can visit dailytelegraph.com.au/my-news at any time to find the latest stories from your favourite topics, listed by each topic.
HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF MY NEWS FEED
The My News Feed lets you choose your news like never before – get the whole picture from across Australia, just NSW, or the suburb you live in by tapping the Follow button above any story headline on a section you like to frequently read.
Or, make it personal.
Take a more specific approach to your newsfeed by tapping the Follow button next to any journalist name, or at the bottom of any story to see a more detailed view of the conversation you want to follow.
CHANGING MY NEWS FEED
Changing what sections are in your feed is simple and can be done any time.
Step 1: Login to your Daily Telegraph account
Step 2: Visit dailytelegraph.com.au/my-news
Step 3: Scroll through your feed and tap Unfollow next to any topic you wish to remove. You can also unfollow any sections on the article page or the website/mobile site.
Step 4: To follow new sections, read any story at dailytelegraph.com.au and tap the Follow option. Or follow a section or page from the website.
Following a broad range section – such as Sport or News – will surface stories from across our news network.
If you want to get more relevant stories from sections of high interest to you – such as your favourite AFL team or from where you live — instead of following the broad section (ie Sport) head into the sub-section from our navigation bar at the top of the homepage then choose to Follow the sub-section.
For instance, visit dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/nrl/teams to Follow news stories about your favourite side.
If you want stories about real estate from across Australia, you can Follow real estate.
If you want just the latest real estate stories from Victoria, Followreal estate/NSW.
For the latest local news from news Local from right across NSW, you can choose to Follow My Local.
Not a subscriber? Join now for just $1 for the first 28 days and get full digital access.
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Source: Daily Telegraph | World News