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  1. Heather
    Heather March 14, 2017 at 14:24 | | Reply

    This seems like a pretty complicated process for limited reward. I’m using http://www.gnow.it to create my WP RSS Feed. I can search for keywords and choose articles to add to the rss feed which then integrates into my wordpress page, social media and newsletter platform. Super easy.

    1. Mark Zahra
      Mark Zahra March 15, 2017 at 10:53 | | Reply

      Hey Heather, this looks like a cool tool, I’m looking into it.

      But does it automate the process the way WP RSS Aggregator does? Or does it require continuous involvement from your end?

      Update: I’ve had a look, but I can’t see how to publish directly to WP…

  2. Prabhu Ganeshan
    Prabhu Ganeshan January 1, 2018 at 23:06 | | Reply

    Hi
    This is prabhu. i’m a web developer. i love working in wordpress. initially i was not aware about RSS feed. later when i came to know the benefits of RSS i really like it. you article about how to usr RSS is useful for the beginners as well.
    Thankyou

  3. David
    David May 12, 2019 at 22:38 | | Reply

    Is it possible to have separate RSS feeds for each page on the WP website? If so, how would that be done?

    1. Mark Zahra
      Mark Zahra May 13, 2019 at 00:59 | | Reply

      Hi David, in what way would you like to do that? How would each page be different to the other?

      1. David
        David May 13, 2019 at 02:25 | | Reply

        Mark,

        My site is iimm7.com. One page is dedicated to emergency information. Another deals with health. I see keeping the RSS sources separated.

        1. Mark Zahra
          Mark Zahra May 20, 2019 at 02:48 | | Reply

          Hi David, if your goal is to display different feeds of other sites on each of those pages, yes this can be done with the WP RSS Aggregator plugin. The shortcode or block you use to display the feeds allow you to select which sources to show.

          Does that answer your question?

          1. David
            David May 21, 2019 at 14:32 | | Reply

            Mark,

            Yes, that answers my question. Thank you.

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