I have an RSS feed on most of my Hubs from several of my blogs. None of them are working. I can type the feed url into my browser and the feed works, but when I add it to a capsule it says that it doesn't appear to be a valid feed.
If you are using a redirect from your site to FeedBurner it won't work - you need to use the direct link to FeedBurner.
That's the only time I have had that problem with my feed, and I use a variety of them on Hubs.
I was using a direct link to feedburner. It must have been a temporary glitch because everything is working now.
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