RSS feeds for Substack Notes and Publications
Substack gives creators a platform to produce their greatest and most valuable content for readers. And now, with our Substack Notes and Publication RSS feeds, you can follow all the creators you like in a single timeline in your RSS Reader.
An RSS Feed for a creator's Substack Notes gives you a feed of everything they post, including their articles, comments, images, quotes, links, and even podcasts. To get a Substack Notes RSS feed for a user, simply add
openrss.org/ in your browser location bar right before the
substack.com domain, while on any user's profile. Here's an RSS feed for the profile of Chris Best, one of the Substack founders.
Our RSS feeds for Substack users will show you their posts, replies, and restacks in context, so you'll never be confused when reading them in your feed.
In addition to profile pages, you can also get a feed for any Substack publication page, even if you haven't yet signed up for any paid subscriptions. Getting an RSS feed for a publication page can be done similar to the steps above. Just add
openrss.org/ before the subdomain of
substack.com in your browser location bar while on any publication page.
We hope that, with these Substack RSS feeds, you can easily stay up-to-date with the latest activity from the creators you love. And, as always, if you are experiencing issues with any feeds or have any suggestions on how to improve them, please feel free to reach out and let us know.
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