Hot answers tagged

34

That's because v2 API was deprecated at that time. To get the updated feed url use this: https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?playlist_id=YOURPLAYLISTIDHERE


15

Actually what you suggested, is exactly the RSS feed address, although it was changed a bit from the procedure described in your question, there correct string to search is externalId. With script The following script will extract the feed URL and will output it to the console: for (var arrScripts = document.getElementsByTagName('script'), i = 0; i < ...


10

You only really need to add .atom to the end of most branch views to get the corresponding RSS feed of its commits. https://github.com/{username}/{repo}/commits/master.atom The above will show the RSS feed for commits against the master branch. If you wanted to see commits for another branch, change accordingly: https://github.com/{username}/{repo}/...


9

I have a script that lets you pull your user timeline as an RSS over at: http://twitrss.me/


8

Combining answers by Rich Feit and vishvAs vAsuki, the about page for your project is reached via https://groups.google.com/group/sr-api/about?noredirect please replace sr-api with your group This will lead to links like: https://groups.google.com/forum/feed/sr-api/msgs/rss.xml?num=50(again, replacing sr-api) from the about page, which anyway, as of 2014,...


6

The web app Podsync.net converts a YouTube channel URL into a podcast-compatible feed URL. Figure 1: Podsync.net web interface


6

This question haunted me as well, and all the available options either didn't work or didn't fit... So I made my own: YouCast It's free and open sourced. It works for both channels and playlists. Supports both audio and video podcasts. Sorts by popularity.


6

Here is the URI for Wikipedia's Featured Article atom feed: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/api.php?action=featuredfeed&feed=featured&feedformat=atom


4

The working URL format would be: http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/base/users/YOUTUBE_CHANNEL_NAME/uploads I just tested this, and it should work on any news reader. Just replace "YOUTUBE_CHANNEL_NAME" with your channel's name, or the channel you want to subscribe to. No need to be logged in to YouTube at all. Also, here is a YouTube clip I did on the topic: ...


4

Julien from Superfeedr here. We are polling and parsing feeds on behalf of IFTTT. I just things on our end and, at this point, we are able to fetch and parse the feed... However, it's ugly: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?> <rss version="2.0" xmlns:atom="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom"> <channel> <atom:link href="http://...


4

As for 2017 it can be solved with OPML file export/import. For more details visit the official YouTube support answer. https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6224202


4

After 2020.10.31, "Facebook Notes" (A, B) is being deprecated (programmer-speak for a "Deleted"/"Killed" feature basically) quietly/silently with nearly zero warning.Their entire/only warning message, only shows at facebook.com/($user)/notes_drafts in 1-2 lines, is easy for anybody to miss. Their reason we have to guessvestigate ...


4

getpocketrocket.com is a service that sends you one article per day to your provided email and subsequently archives the article in your Pocket account. As of July 2015, the service is free of charge.


4

You can get the RSS feed for any tag by any author using the URL in this format: https://medium.com/feed/tag/technology However, there's no mention of this at Medium Support. There they only mention feeds for @usernames and publications. Medium feeds also appear to be just excerpts, not full feeds.


4

The RSS feed for a particular author is located at https://medium.com/feed/@authorname/ So, for instance, the feed for all of Jeff Jarvis's articles is at https://medium.com/feed/@jeffjarvis/ RSS feeds for a particular publication are similar, but it's based on the name of the publication without the @ sign. For instance: https://medium.com/feed/mit-...


4

This is one of the features that got lost in the transition from the YouTube Data API v2 to v3; YouTube does not have a feed for a user's subscriptions anymore represented in RSS/Atom. As a workaround, you can use the individual channel's feeds and then use a feedreader that supports a "folder view", at which point we're pretty much exactly where you ...


3

Listenbox does this. It supports videos, playlists, channels, plus you can queue items to listen later


3

You can try RSS Mix I have used it and I'm very satisfied and happy with it.


3

Not anymore. According to this official blog post, all RSS feeds that were provided by Twitter in the past were deprecated in 2013. JSON is API v1.1’s only output format. XML, RSS, and ATOM response formats will be retired along with API v1.


3

This is Petr from Feedly. This is, unfortunately, something we experience often with Craigslist. We are still in attempts to resolve this with Craigslist directly at the moment, unfortunately, they are a very difficult entity to communicate with. What happens is that we have to poll for new articles to their servers and since there are so many users of ...


2

You can give a try to https://www.wachete.com It supports monitor of whole page, or just it's part, files, content of files, HTML headers, provides RSS feed of changes, email notifications and even plugged to zapier.


2

Ok here is what I've done : (solution for developpers. Needs a php server.) I've writen a PHP script that get the file through redirection (using cURL) and return it. It's another kind of redirection, but it works well with ifttt. <?PHP //get url parameter $url = $_GET['url']; // send the right headers header('Content-Description: File ...


2

As of Feb 2016 the answer is it's not possible. You've identified all of the RSS options that Medium.com provides. Indeed, since you first wrote it's becoming harder to identify Medium's RSS support. It would not be surprising if they drop their limited support as their internal user base grows (as did Twitter and (largely) Facebook).


2

I don't know that you need anything beyond Google Calendar. To test, I created a calendar and added some events. Then I made it public. Then I went to Calendar settings and chose the URL for the iCal version of the calendar. The URL looks like this: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/{alphanumeric key}%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics I ...


2

It's not possible to achieve the desired result by using IMPORTXML alone, I think. Instead use Google Apps Script and the XML Service Service. Example: Adaptation of the code taken from the answer by Vidar S. Ramdal function parseFeedXml(url) { var result = []; var xml = UrlFetchApp.fetch(url).getContentText(); var document = XmlService.parse(xml)...


2

Open the console with F12 and execute window["ytInitialData"].metadata.channelMetadataRenderer.rssUrl


2

You can use the numResults parameter to specify the number of results, which appears to max at 50 items. To access beyond that many items, you can use the startNum parameter to iterate through the results. Examples: https://www.npr.org/rss/rss.php?id=4473090&numResults=50 https://www.npr.org/rss/rss.php?id=4473090&startNum=51&numResults=50 ...


1

Officially no, you can't. Twitter did support RSS feeds once but it was removed. (Which was an idiotic anti-user decision... but I digress.) There is a workaround though. You can't get a RSS feed of your entire Twitter feed, but you can get RSS feeds for individual users (but not hashtags) and hashtags using this tutorial and Google App Script that parses ...


1

This is a very old question, but in case someone else is looking for a solution, it's Poki for Pocket. This app allows you to connect to your pocket account, and then allows you to view your articles saved in pocket offline (minus images). I've been using it for a few days and, so far, it's great. I went looking for it because 1) I've got an upcoming 6 hour ...


1

In the absence of other solutions I'm currently just clipping things into evernote, into a special 'read later' notepad - evernote takes care of the syncing on all devices and everything works wonderfully.


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible