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Introducing Feedly’s New RSS Builder: Follow Websites Without RSS in Feedly!

Feedly, the popular news aggregation platform, recently unveiled a new feature that has users buzzing with excitement. The RSS Builder tool allows users to create their own feeds for websites that do not offer RSS, making it easier than ever to keep up with all their favorite sources in one convenient location.

Gone are the days of manually checking multiple websites or relying on complicated RSS builder tools. With Feedly’s new RSS Builder, users can now seamlessly integrate websites without RSS into their Feedly feeds with just a few simple steps.

Product Integration Manager, Feedly Enterprise User, expressed their team’s excitement about the new feature, highlighting the convenience of being able to follow all their favorite websites in one place on Feedly.

The process of building an RSS feed with the new tool is straightforward. Users can choose the specific articles they want to receive from the website, add the source to an existing Feed or create a new one, and Feedly will continuously update the content from the new source just like any other source in the platform.

Once the RSS feed is created, users can easily read, annotate, save, or share articles from the newly added source, making Feedly a comprehensive hub for all their news and research needs.

Daniel Lewis, COO of Winno, praised the RSS Builder’s ability to provide a more granular selection of news sources, allowing users to curate their feeds in a more personalized way.

The RSS Builder feature is available for users on Pro+ or Enterprise plans, offering the flexibility to create up to 25 or 100 RSS feeds, respectively. While some sites may not be compatible with the RSS Builder, such as social media platforms or dynamically rendered websites, Feedly is working to expand the tool’s capabilities in the future.

Overall, the RSS Builder is a game-changer for Feedly users, providing a seamless solution for following websites without RSS and streamlining the news consumption experience.

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