Steven Cohen writes about a great implementation for OPML
We often leave comments on blogs and forget about them
- we can bookmark these posts and remember to look at them later on
- some comments have an email notification
- some blogs have a comment feed for each post
These are all OK, and since everyone uses an RSS Reader these days, they might prefer the last method, but this often clutters our RSS readers with too many outdated feeds
Some RSS Readers automatically delete unread feeds after a certain date
Keep your comment post RSS feeds in another RSS Reader for these types of feeds, or even use a specialised service like Commentosphere - is a service to archive all comments you have made, it also has an internal RSS Reader where you can subscribe to comments feeds and read them.
Well, Steven is suggesting to make an OPML URL for all these comments feeds, then subscribe to this one URL instead of all the single feeds. This way they don’t clutter and get lost within all your feeds…just clean up this OPML URL once and a while, don’t know if you can do auto delete after a set time period.
You can even do this within your email client via FeedBlitz.