Essentially, it will empower you to take two or more feeds and mingle them together. This would result not only in a unified RSS or Atom feed, but also in a HTML widget that you can paste on your site or blog at will. Additionally, you can use this application to mix different Twitter posts and create a single one. The same applies to blog posts.
The process itself couldn’t be easier. You simply add the feed URLs one by one by pasting them and then choose a title for the new merged feed. That’s it. It is interesting to note, though, that there is no need to paste the exact feed URL – if the browser shows the orange RSS icon in the address bar as you are navigating a page, that means that the page’s URL is also good to be pasted. As you don’t even need to register or create an account beforehand, you can give this tool a try right now and see if you like it or not.
FeedMingle.com In Their Own Words
“I mingle all your feeds into one to produce a combined RSS, Atom, JSON and a widget.”
Why FeedMingle.com It Might Be A Killer
It is a practical way to stay abreast of any development you might be interested in, and do so in a straightforward way at that.