You can control how many posts per day are pulled in, just in case the RSS feed you enter has more posts than you want to share with your community. Adding RSS feeds can help you add content to your Page. You may want to use RSS feeds to import industry news or other helpful blogs. RSS Graffiti is highly configurable. You can configure the post style, the scheduling of updates, and the times when the messages are posted.
All these features translate into many settings, all of which you can change. Most of the settings can be left at their default values. It only posts the RSS feed on your Timeline.
To get started with RSS Graffiti, follow these steps: Log in to Facebook as your personal Profile. You see information about the app and how it will appear on your Timeline. Click the blue Go to App button. If you see a pop-up window, click Go to Permissions. Click Add New Publishing Plan. A window appears, allowing you to name your publishing plan. Type a name in the text box, and click Create Publishing Plan.
A configuration area appears. Click the Add New button next to Sources. A pop-up window appears, allowing you to add your RSS feed. A pop-up window appears, allowing you to configure the RSS feed. You can configure many features of RSS Graffiti, but the default settings work well for most people, and you can skip to Step Or, if you want to customize your settings, you can read a little bit more about what each of the settings means here: Change the name that appears when you post the article or blog post.
Override the URL that points to the website. Change the update frequency and maximum posts per update, and specify whether you want the newest posts to post first. On the Advanced tab, you can set these options: Add messages to each post, using these options. You may choose to add a static message such as New Post from my Blog or something similar. Set the date and time after which posts can be published on your Timeline.
You may want to use this option if you sometimes make minor edits in posts shortly after you publish them. The pop-up window disappears, and you see the name of the feed in the Sources area. Click Add New next to Target. A pop-up window appears, showing your available Pages and groups. You can also choose to publish on behalf of the Page or your personal Profile, but for now, accept the default selection of the Page. Select the post style. You can choose Standard, Compact, or Status Updates.
A preview window appears next to each selection. Choose what works best for you by selecting the appropriate radio button. Your publishing plan is finished, and your posts will start updating when you make a new blog post. Be careful about adding just any RSS feed to your Page.