Most websites have an RSS feed denoted by the RSS icon -
But, what actually is it and why do I care?
An RSS feed is a computer parsable representation of a website or blog. In other words, the formatting is stripped from a website and just the meat of it is written to a feed. This makes it easier for computers to make sense of rich data to do things such as recommend news articles or create new content items for you.
How Do I Find My RSS Feed
Prepend 'feed' to your favorite author's Medium username in the URL. For example:
Or if you want to get the feed for a publication such as Hacker Noon, append 'feed' to their domain:
Similarly, append 'feed' to blogs with custom domain names:
Open the Squarespace page you want the feed for and append '?format=rss' or manually enter the page slug:
Visit your YouTube channel and copy the Channel ID from the URL.
Paste the channel ID into this link:
Append '/rss' to the Tumblr page you want to generate an RSS feed for.
Blogspot / Blogger
Append '/default?alt=rss' to any Blogspot post feed.
Append '/1/feed' to your Weebly site:
Append '.atom' to any Shopify collection:
Append '/blog-feed.xml' to your Wix website URL.
Please consult your web hoster or hostmaster.