How to generate RSS Feed of Google Plus profiles?

Do you want to generate RSS Feeds of your Google Plus profiles? Basically, Google Plus does not provide the facility for RSS Feeds but still you can generate feeds by yourself by the help of a brand new chrome app. Here is how to generate RSS Feed of Google Plus profiles.

google_plus_rss-feedTo get started:

First of all, you are required to initiate the Feed+ for Chrome and it will ask for accessing some of your Google services. So you need to agree to those requests in order to create your own RSS Feeds from Google Plus. The RSS Feeds can be created separately for all profiles, for search results as well as for business pages on Google Plus.

Usually, these newly generated RSS Feeds are public. So these can be subscribed by almost anyone in any desired news reader. However, these feeds are not acknowledged as authentic by FeedBurner. In spite of that, these can be subscribed conveniently in Google Reader.

Once an RSS Feed is generated for your Google Plus profile, it becomes very convenient for you to post updates to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, etc. by the help of IFTTT service.

Moreover, for disabling a specific a Google plus Feed, you just need to delete it from the Feed+ app which is present inside the Chrome. Furthermore, only the Chrome app is required for managing the feeds. Rest of the functions such as the conversion of Google Plus to RSS occurs in the cloud.GOOGLE-PLUS-RSS-FEEDS

Hence, by following the above process, you can easily generate your own RSS Feeds of Google Plus profiles.

Swasti Pujari
Swasti Pujari

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