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Slack + RSS.app
Easier News Curation
Communicate with your team easier by using RSS.app to distribute news to all team members. Auto updated RSS feeds help you better manage team productivity by showcasing content as it is published.
Curate and collect news feeds from Twitter or Google News for your team to review. Integrating your slack news feeds with tools like Automate.io or Mailchimp helps keep you more productive and focused while staying informed.
Setting up your feed into Slack is super simple! Just paste the RSS code snippet into your Slack channel. You will be able to view current posts and updates as your feed gets refreshed. The Slack and RSS.app integration is the simplest way to keep your team updated without any coding!
Keep your team informed of latest news updates with Slack. Use RSS.app to connect RSS news feeds with multiple Slack channels.
Customize Your News Channel
Customize your feed by using premium filters and display targered news to your team. Every time the feed updates, you will receive a post in your Slack channel. The most relevant posts will be displayed automatically
Subscribe to any website with RSS.app and add your feed to any Slack channel. Simply, paste the URL of the news website into the RSS generator. Once the feed is generated, just paste the RSS link into your Slack channel and you’re done!
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Frequently Asked Questions
How can I integrate my RSS feed into Slack?
Easy! Select the feed you want to integrate with Slack by going to ‘My feeds’. Under the feed ‘Overview’, copy the XML URL and add it to your Slack workflow. For a more detailed guide, check out our Slack blog post.
When will new content be posted in my feed?
Do I have to do any coding?
Absolutely no coding is required! Integrate the RSS feed into Slack by copying the XML URL into your Slack campaign. That’s it!
Where can I find the RSS feed URL?
Right here! The RSS feed URL is the XML URL located in the ‘overview’ section of your feed.