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From the Google Support page for ImportFeed:

IMPORTFEED

Imports a RSS or ATOM feed.

Sample Usage

IMPORTFEED("http://news.google.com/?output=atom")

IMPORTFEED(A2,B2,C2,D2)

Syntax

IMPORTFEED(url, [query], [headers], [num_items])

  • url - The URL of the RSS or ATOM feed, including protocol (e.g. http://).

    • The value for url must either be enclosed in quotation marks or be a reference to a cell containing the appropriate text.
  • query - [ OPTIONAL - "items" by default ] - Specifies what data to fetch from url.

    • "feed" returns a single row containing feed information including title, description, and url.

    • "feed <type>" returns a particular attribute of the feed, where <type> is title, description, author, or url.

    • "items" returns a full table containing items from the feed. If num_items is not specified, all items currently published on the feed are returned.

    • "items <type>" returns a particular attribute of the requested item(s), where <type> is title, summary (the item content, minus hyperlinks and images), url (the URL of the individual item), or created (the post date associated with the item).

  • headers - [ OPTIONAL - FALSE by default ] - Whether to include column headers as an extra row on top of the returned value.

  • num_items - [ OPTIONAL ] - For queries of items, the number of items to return, starting from the most recent.

    • If num_items is not specified, all items currently published on the feed are returned.

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