Feature Update: Automate and Schedule Posts using RSS Feed 😎

RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is a web feed format used to publish frequently updated content. Social Planner recently launched an option to create automated sharing using RSS URLs. Save your time and keep your feeds up to date.

😍😍 RSS (Really Simple Syndication) can be a valuable tool for managing and curating content in social media. Here are some ways RSS can help in social media:

1. Content Curation: RSS allows you to aggregate content from various sources into one feed. This makes it easier to discover relevant and interesting content to share on social media.

2. Automated Content Sharing: You can set up RSS feeds to automatically post content to your social media accounts. This can save time and ensure a consistent flow of content.

3. Stay Updated with Industry Trends: By subscribing to RSS feeds of industry-specific blogs and news sites, you can stay up-to-date with the latest trends, news, and developments. This helps in creating timely and relevant social media posts.

4. Reduce Information Overload: Instead of manually browsing through numerous websites and social media platforms, RSS consolidates content in one place. This helps in efficiently managing information.

5. Share User-Generated Content: If you have a community or forum, you can set up RSS feeds to monitor user-generated content. This allows you to easily share and promote content created by your community members.

6. Maintain a Consistent Posting Schedule: By using scheduling tools along with RSS feeds, you can maintain a consistent posting schedule even during busy times.

🤗 How to Create Posts using RSS Feed?

1. Navigate to Marketing > Social Planner

2. Click on “New Post“, there will be an option to select the “RSS Post

3. Add the URL of the RSS Feed

4. Select the socials where you would like to post. Note – It will not allow the selection of TikTok due to API Restrictions.

5. You can add the “End with” option to append any text, hashtags, or links.

6. Select the option to update the feed update – from every 5 minutes to once a day

7. Select the option of the number of posts ( minimum 1 to maximum 5)

Help Article – How to Create Posts using RSS Feed?

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