A Directory of RSS Feeds of Popular Social Sites

A Directory of RSS Feeds of Popular Social Sites

If you are an old school like me and prefer to consume online content through RSS feeds, then this directory is for you.

Most of the popular online apps and services, including Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, offer RSS feeds, but the problem is that you have to be the nearest geek to find one of these feeds. Therefore, I have compiled this directory which will help you find XML feed for your favorite online services without losing a complex API.

Youtube rss feed

  1. Get recently uploaded videos of any YouTube user

https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/<user>/uploads [Examples]

  1. Get RSS Feeds of Videos with a Special Tag

https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/videos/-/ <tag> [example]

  1. Get RSS Feeds for any Search Query on YouTube

https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/videos?q=<query>&rdbyby=relevance [Examples]

To order search results from upload date or to see count of video, respectively, change “Relevance” by “Published” or “ViewCount”. Also, there are some standard feeds for YouTube videos shared here, the highest rated videos, the most viewed videos and more.

Facebook RSS Feed 

RSS Feeds for Popular Social Sites
RSS Feeds for Popular Social Sites
  1. RSS feed of your Facebook notifications

Visit here to see the private link of your Facebook Notification Feed.

Subscribe to Facebook pages via RSS feed

https://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?format=atom10&id= <ID> [examples]

To get the ID of any Facebook page, go to graph.facebook.com and replace the digital inspiration in the URL with the username of any Facebook page. In addition, Facebook does not provide RSS feeds for personal profiles.

Twitter rss feed

Update: Twitter no longer supports RSS feeds but you can still produce your own using this functioning.

  1. Get the 20 most recent updates of any Twitter user

https://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/user_timeline.rss?screen_name= <User>

  1. Get any Twitter user’s favorite tweets

https://api.twitter.com/1/favorites.rss?screen_name=<username>.rss

  1. Get the mention of any Twitter user in the form of RSS feeds

http://search.twitter.com/search.rss?q=to:@ <username>

  1. Get RSS feed for any search query (or hashtag) on ​​Twitter

http://search.twitter.com/search.rss?q= <query>

  1. Get RSS feed of a Twitter list

https://api.twitter.com/1/<username>/lists/<list-name>/statuses.atom

[Tip] If you want to insert two or more words in your search query, then use% 20 as a separator – for example Hello% 20 World.

Pinterest RSS Feeds

  1. Get any Pinterest user’s RSS feed

http://pinterest.com/<user>/feed.rss [Examples]

  1. Get RSS feed of any Pinterest board

http://pinterest.com/<user>/<board>/rss [examples]

Pinterest, at this time, does not provide RSS feeds for search results, though it would be extremely useful.

Image RSS feed for Instagram, Picasa and Flickr

  1. Get RSS feed of photos uploaded by Flickr user

http://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne?id= <ID> [examples]

  1. Flickr Photo’s RSS feed containing some tags (separate from commas)

http://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne?tags= <t1>, <t2> [examples]

  1. RSS feed of Instagram photos that have a special tag

http://instagr.am/tags/<tag>/feed/recent.rss [examples]

  1. The RSS feed of Picasa photo that matches a search term

http://photos.googleapis.com/data/feed/base/all?alt=rss&kind=photo&q= <search> [examples]

If you know the Flickr user’s username, you can find your ID using this online tool (ID format is 18436325 @ N00). Instagram does not officially provide RSS feeds for individual users but third-party Instagram viewers can add unavailable RSS feeds.

Blog feeds for Tumbler, Blogger and WordPress

  1. Get RSS feed of blogger (blogspot) blog

http: // <blogname> .blogspot.com / rss.xml [Example]

  1. Get RSS Feeds of Tumbler Blog

http: // <blogname> .tumblr.com/rss [example]

  1. Get RSS Feeds of a WordPress Hosted Blog

http: // <blogname> .wordpress.com / feed / [example]

Private rss feed

Here’s a list of popular web apps that provides only private RSS feeds for your eyes:

Dropbox – Enable RSS feed under your Dropbox settings. Then go here to get your unique feed url which is useful for track changes to your Dropbox files and folders.

https://www.dropbox.com/123/456/789/events.xml [Sample Format]

InstaPaper – Open the Instapaper website, scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will see an orange RSS icon pointing to the feed of your Instant bookmarks. Changes to your Dropbox files and folders.

http://www.instapaper.com/rss/123/456 [sample format]

Foursquare – Forsk

ernate is that you must be on Gmail as Gmail (as a personal user) .http: // <username>: <password> @ gmail.google.com / gmail / feed / atom / Google search – check that Google’s RSS How to create a feed Search using Google APIs.https: //www.googleapis.com/customsearch/v1? Alt = atom and key = API_Key and q = <query> Google Finance – You can track news around stock and currency via RSS feed. Http: //wwwwww.google .com / finance / company_news? q = <Symbol> & output = rss [example]

Wikipedia – Track changes to any Wikipedia entry using any RSS feed

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php? [=] StumbleUpon – Get RSS feed of any SU-user’s choice http: //rss.stumbleupon.com/user/ <Username> Favorites / Evernote [example] = action = history & feed = Atomic and Title = <Page_ Title> – Any shared notebooks on Evernote can also be subscribed as an RSS feed. http: //www.evernote.com/pub/ <username> / <notebook> / feeds [example]

You can also use RSS Search Engine on CtrlQ.org to find more RSS feeds around your favorites. (Including podcast).

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