Where do I find the RSS feed URL?

Want to send your blog posts to your readers? Using our Feed element feature, you can send messages containing information from and links to your latest blog posts. 

To help you to find this address, we've put together the instructions below.  If you still have issues finding it, feel free to contact our customer solutions team for assistance.

Using the Feed Element

The easiest way is by using the Feed element in the Drag & Drop Email Builder. When you enter the URL of your website, our Feed element will automatically retrieve your RSS feed! 

Gif showing how to enter your URL and select an RSS link based on the site

How to Find Your RSS Address

Looking at the HTML source of your page, you can obtain your RSS address.

How you view it in your web browser will differ, but in most browsers, you'll choose the Page Source or Source option under the View menu near the top of the window. Right clicking the page will also reveal a menu with similar options.

Once the window appears with the HTML for your page, use the "Find" feature (typically Ctrl-F on a PC, Command-F on a Mac) and search for "RSS" (without the quotes). You should be taken to a line that reads something like:

<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="Example" href="https://aweber.com/blog/feed/" />

The RSS feed's URL address is found between the quotes after href=. In this case, it would be:


How to Find Your RSS feed for a YouTube Playlist

To get the RSS feed for a YouTube playlist, you can use the following steps, go to YouTube and navigate to the playlist you want to get the RSS feed for.

Look at the URL of the playlist. It will look something like this:


The Playlist ID is the part after list=, in this case:


Use the following template to construct the RSS feed URL.


Replace PLAYLIST_ID with the actual Playlist ID you found in the previous step. So for the example playlist, the RSS feed URL would be:


You can now use this RSS feed URL in any RSS feed reader to get updates from the YouTube playlist.

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