In order for this to work, an RSS reader needs to be configured to make requests through the proxy. The following are brief setup instructions for some popular RSS readers.
Once you have configured your RSS reader to use the FeedTreeProxy, you'll want to reduce your reader's feed polling interval to a very small number so that the very latest FeedTree data (as cached by the proxy) is available in your reader. The pages listed above contain specific instructions on how to do this.
[While an interval of 30 minutes or an hour is appropriate for polling conventional RSS feeds, with FeedTree your reader talks directly to your own personal proxy, and so you want the freshest information possible; we recommend a polling interval of only 5 or 10 minutes.]