Is it possible to get notified by email or RSS of new activity in your Facebook Page?

  • What kind of activity ? Just comments and postings ? – phwd Aug 30 '10 at 2:44
  • @phwd Yes. (15 characters) – hpique Aug 30 '10 at 7:58
  • I get a weekly update of activity on pages I created, but is that too high level for you? – glasnt Sep 30 '10 at 23:57
  • @glasnt Yes, too high level and too late. – hpique Oct 1 '10 at 6:51

You can get the rss feed of a page from http://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?format=atom10&id=xxxxx . It includes any post to your page but sadly not the comments.

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  • This seems to be the best option so far. Thanks. – hpique Oct 3 '10 at 18:23

They used to have that option, but not anymore. At least not for what you are asking for.

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  • So technically the only way to find out about new activity is to visit/reload the page? – hpique Aug 26 '10 at 15:00
  • Can you explain what you mean by "At least not what you are asking for."? – Rebecca Chernoff Aug 31 '10 at 0:42
  • @rchern They have some feeds but not for the news feed activity. – Lipis Aug 31 '10 at 10:48

You can enter the Facebook RSS at FeedPostal.com and it will send you updates daily, weekly or monthly depending on your settings.

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certainly by email. Log in to FB > Account > Account Settings > Notifications tab has a long list of different things you can be notified about via email or SMS... among which the "Wall Comments" category might cover what you want?

unless, of course, I am not understanding the question. HTH

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  • not a Facebook Profile. A Facebook Page – phwd Sep 30 '10 at 23:55
  • I see - thanks for the clarification.. the question was about "your Facebook Page" - thought [s]he meant activity on your own wall, but I see now that 'Page' was a keyword. – FOR Oct 1 '10 at 1:05

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