Keep up to date with all the latest news from Rotork via social media networks such as YouTube and Twitter. Subscribe to our RSS feeds so you'll always be up to date with the latest breaking news, documentation and publication releases, investors information and career opportunities.
Social media networks within which Rotork is currently active include:
In order to follow Rotork on Twitter you need to have a Twitter account. Go directly to the Rotork Twitter page and click the ‘Follow' button under the Rotork logo, you will then be prompted to sign up. Once you have created your Twitter account you will automatically be following Rotork.
In order to subscribe to the Rotork channel on YouTube you will need to have a YouTube account. You can create a YouTube account here. Once you have an account, you can subscribe to the Rotork channel by visiting the Rotork channel here and clicking the ‘Subscribe' button (located just above the latest video and halfway down the page on the left hand side). Once you have subscribed, clicking on your account name (top right) will display a menu. Click the ‘Subscriptions' option to view new videos from your subscriptions.
Internet Explorer 8 and 9:
Clicking the link to the feed (see above for the link to each feed) will present a new web page containing that feed. In a yellow panel at the top of the page you will see the link ‘Subscribe to this feed'. Clicking this link will present a pop-up window. Tick the ‘Add to Favourites Bar' checkbox and then click the ‘Subscribe' button. This will present the feed (icon and feed title) in your Favourites Bar (if you have it switched on). When the feed title is bold there are new items in the feed, clicking the feed in the Favourites Bar will display the new items. To refresh the feed right click it and click ‘Refresh'.
If your Favourites Bar is not switched on, go to View -> Toolbars -> Favourites Bar.
Changing the schedule:
To change how often the feed is refreshed right click the feed title in your Favourites Bar and click ‘Properties'. Underneath the ‘Update Schedule' heading click the ‘Settings...' button and choose your desired interval.
Clicking the link to the feed (see above for the link to each feed) will present a new web page containing that feed. In a yellow panel at the top of the page you will be invited to choose your desired reader (‘Live Bookmarks' in this example) and click ‘Subscribe Now'. This will present the feed (icon and feed title) in your Bookmarks Bar (if you have it switched on).
Clicking the feed in the Bookmarks Bar will display everything in the feed, to refresh the feed right click the icon and click ‘Reload Live Bookmark'.
Changing the schedule:
Firefox doesn't offer a ‘user friendly' way to change the refresh time. The default is one hour.