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Find an RSS Feed URL

Note: this is a Champion feature. If you are not a member of a Champion, this will not be a feature available to you. Find out more about non-Champion features here!

 

Find an RSS Feed URL for Popular Services

 

Podcasts (iTunes or SoundCloud hosted)

There are several helpful services that can help make it easy to get an RSS feed URL for a podcast. Use the links below to do a Google search to find a service that works for you:

You only need to provide the URL for the podcast in the iTunes Store or SoundCloud.

 


YouTube 

YouTube makes it easy to generate an RSS feed URL. Use one of the following URLs that corresponds with what you want to draw your RSS feed from, and replace the bolded text with a username, channel ID, or a playlist ID:

  • For an RSS feed of...
    • A user's new videos: https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?user=USERNAME
    • A channel's new videos: https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?channel_id=CHANNELID
    • A playlist's new videos: https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?playlist_id=PLAYLISTID

 

A channel RSS Feed will post all the channel's new videos to your Champion Feed. Consider creating a playlist and using the playlist RSS feed. Then only videos you add to that playlist will post to your Champion Feed.

 


Vimeo

Vimeo uses a similar format as YouTube for their RSS feed URLs. Use one of the following URLs that corresponds with what you want to draw your RSS feed from, and replace the bolded text with a username or channel ID:

  • For an RSS feed of...
    • A user's new videos: https://vimeo.com/USERNAME/videos/rss
    • A user's new video likes: https://vimeo.com/USERNAME/likes/rss
    • A channel's new videos: https://vimeo.com/channels/CHANNELID/videos/rss

 


Wordpress

Wordpress comes built in with RSS support. You can get RSS feeds for all posts, specific categories, or custom post types. Use one of the following URLs that corresponds with what you want to draw your RSS feed from, and replace the bolded text with a category name or post type:

  • For an RSS feed of...
    • All posts: https://example.wordpress.com/feed
    • All posts in a specific category: https://example.wordpress.com/category/CATEGORYNAME/feed
    • All posts of a specific type: https://example.wordpress.com/feed?post_type=POSTTYPE

Make sure your website URL is whatever the Wordpress site is that you'd like to have the RSS feed come from. (The website https://example.wordpress.com is only an example. 🙂)

 


Medium

Medium provides basic support for RSS feeds. Use the following URL and replace the bolded text with a Publication name.

  • https://medium.com/feed/PUBLICATIONNAME

 

Currently we only support single RSS Feed types. If you have an RSS Feed that aggregates multiple types of content, it will cause the posts to display incorrectly on your Feed.

 

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