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Is there a way to get an RSS feed for all documents created in Google Docs which are visible to me?

EDIT: I found someone here suggesting that a URL like http://docs.google.com/feeds/EMAIL@ADDRESS.HERE/private/full?alt=rss&v=3 could work, and the Google Docs icon appears in my reader, but I can't come up with an email/username/password that work.

EDIT2: The Docs docs say the "Docs list settings" "Editing" tab has an "RSS Feeds" option, but mine doesn't have that. Is it a feature of their paid edition?

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Neither works for me either: I get a 'Resource unavailable.' message in the first case, and don't have any 'rss feeds' options. – norz Dec 12 '11 at 8:35
See webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/11797/… - you may need your doc to be public to allow something like this. – tog22 Dec 26 '12 at 20:34

The link you have posted is expired so I would imagine that is either not possible or never existed.

Either way from the information presented with the Google Docs features it is not currently possible.

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