RSS feeds keep you informed of changes (or news in the case of many such feeds), checking their sources at regular intervals. When a new item is discovered your RSS feed shows you that there are new items and how many. R~RFL provides an RSS feed. Go to http://royroyes.net/tngrss.php. If your browser or mail program cannot open this it will probably ask you to open your RSS feeder.
There are third party RSS readers that can be linked into your browser, like Google Reader. Firefox allows for this through its Add-ons link.
One advantage of the RSS feed is that it replicates "What's New" but is not limited to a fixed number of items per category - it will keep you informed of changes to personal and family files, histories, articles, documents and photos.
Also note that a file is listed as changed even if a minor amendment such as a spelling correction has occurred.