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Is there an RSS feed for the S+ Forums?
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Posted - 05/05/2014 : 21:24:59
Looking for an RSS feed(s) that lists new threads in all S+ forums or individual ones. Do they exist?
Edited by - risk on 05/09/2014 12:16:40
Posted - 05/05/2014 : 21:26:33
Not currently other than latest release, but seems like a good idea. I'll put something together here in the next week.
Posted - 05/06/2014 : 11:22:40
Posted - 05/06/2014 : 15:11:53
Thanks. Good way to keep up and learn new tricks.
Posted - 05/09/2014 : 11:29:37
I've added RSS capabilities to the forum. Simply go to the forum/topic/category to which you wish to subscribe and copy/paste the URL into your RSS Reader.
Or you can just paste this URL to see all posts:
Posted - 05/09/2014 : 12:19:12
Thanks Rob. However, the feed does not include valid links back to the Posts. Unless feedly.com is reading it incorrectly!
Posted - 05/09/2014 : 12:35:06
Oops! That was my fault. I've fixed the links. Though RSS readers often cache them, so it may not work correctly until refreshed.
Posted - 05/12/2014 : 21:31:14
Rob, can you please confirm that this works? It isn't validating for me. Thanks.
Posted - 05/14/2014 : 10:09:18
Hmm, it works fine for me using Feedreader
Mind you, I'm not an RSS type of guy, meaning I don't use/read RSS feeds...I only ever use them when I'm testing the creation of an RSS feed
Posted - 05/16/2014 : 16:06:40
The links are missing the protocol and domain portion of the URL. Instead of going to
they go to, for instance with Digg reader,
Posted - 05/16/2014 : 16:10:41
Ah, I'm guessing feedreader was resolving automagically.
Should be fixed now.
Posted - 05/16/2014 : 16:33:19
Yep it works now, thanks.
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