Facebook Feeds - User Guide
If you can't watch the above video tutorial, please read the text version.
About Facebook Feeds
With Facebook Feeds, you can generate self-updating content feeds of any public Facebook page or Facebook group you participate in.
To generate a content feed of a Facebook page you need page URL or page name.
To generate a content feed of a Facebook group you participate in, you also need to make sure RSS Ground app is added to this group.
Instruction on how to add RSS Ground app to a Facebook group
Example of a Facebook feed:
To be able to generate Facebook feeds you need to sign up for any of RSS Ground membership plans.
Facebook feeds are Private content feeds. The number of active Private feeds may be subject to limitations at minor RSS Ground membership plans.
If you already have RSS Ground account find Facebook Feeds link in the main menu
or in MY ACCOUNT page.
Generating Facebook feeds.
First, you need to authenticate your Facebook account. Press Authenticate button.
Then choose if you wish to generate content feeds of Facebook pages or Facebook groups.
To generate content feeds of Facebook pages, you need to add Facebook pages' URLs or names one by one. Up to 10 feeds can be generated at a time.
To generate content feeds of Facebook groups, select needed groups in the drop-down menu. Up to 10 groups can be selected at a time.
Note: If you don't see a needed group on the list, make sure you still participate in this group and RSS Ground app is added to this group.
You can use the Preview option to make sure your feed is valid.
Press the GENERATE button.
Use Setup posting campaign option to start sharing content from Facebook feeds right away.
Use Convert to content widget option to create a self-updating content block for your website or blog.
Use Add to Feeds Reader option to start following all the latest updates from your Facebook feeds.
Whatever option you choose your new Facebook feeds will be saved to your Feeds Box anyway.
We will generate a separate Facebook content feed for each specified URL, name or ID.