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Importing content from RSS feeds

Guide on how to add RSS feeds and import content to your social profiles
Updated on Tuesday 13, Mar 2018

This guide will show you how to add a RSS feed and how to publish content from that RSS feed to your social profiles.

Adding your first RSS feed

To begin, you'll need to login to Resurface and go to your Discover page. If you haven't already added any RSS feeds, you should see this:

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Now all you have to do is type in the url to your RSS feed in the text input, for this example we're going to add the BBC's RSS feed for their technology content. Click the import feed button after you've added your RSS feed url.

Once you've done that, the RSS feed will be displayed on the left:

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If you click on it, you may see this message. It just means we're downloading the RSS feed and processing it, it should take a couple of seconds to process:

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If you refresh the page, you'll see all the items that were imported:

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Publishing content from your RSS feed

To create a post using the content from your RSS feed, just click on the "Share" button on the piece of RSS content you want to share.

Doing so will take you to the create post page:

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Since we haven't selected the social profiles we want to publish to, we get this notification. Simply select the social profiles you want to publish to:

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Now you can proceed as normal, the process for publishing this post is identical to how you would normally publish a post.

That's it! You've successfully imported an RSS feed and published a piece of content from it to your social profiles.