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Many people are discovering the convenience of syndicated newsfeeds. With newsfeeds, you do not have to visit the site to read its content. This interface allows you to create your own personalized newsfeed very easily and see relevant posts from your news reader. Authentication is supported for registered members, allowing you to view posts in forums that others may not be able to read.
Include posts for these forums: Please note the categories and forums shown are for those you are allowed to read only. Forum selection is disabled when you select bookmarked topics only. Bolded forum names, if any, are forums that the administrator requires to be presented in any newsfeed. You cannot unselect these forums. Forum names that have strikethrough text are disallowed by the administrator for presentation in a newsfeed and are thus unselected.
Types of posts in feed:
First posts of topics only
Time limit: Include posts over this time range to the present.
In Last 90 Days
In Last 30 Days
In Last 14 Days
In Last 7 Days
In Last 24 Hours
In Last 12 Hours
In Last 6 Hours
In Last 3 Hours
In Last Hour
In Last 30 Minutes
In Last 15 Minutes
Maximum number of posts in the feed: If you leave this blank, any number of items can be in the feed.
Minimum words required in post for the post to appear in feed:
Post sort order: Traditional Order is the default order used by phpBB 2, which is category order, forum order, last topic post time (descending) and post time.
Traditional Order, Latest Posts First
From oldest to newest
From newest to oldest
Maximum words to display in a post: Notice: To ensure consistent rendering, if a post must be truncated, the HTML will be removed from the post.
Format & access control
Newsfeed styling: Please note that the amount of feed styling actually applied depends on the capabilities of your newsreader. Most newsreaders will not apply all HTML styles. Place your cursor over the style text to learn more.
Generate & test
Generate the URL: To copy it, click on the URL. All text will be automatically selected. Then copy and paste it in your news reader.
Test the feed: Run the URL in a new page of your browser. The newsfeed may look better in a newsreader.