I've tried to include my Hub pages RSS feed in several of my hubs. I can view it in preview mode but it disappears when I save it. What am I doing wrong?
There's been some recent develops concerning the feed. I'm not sure if the RSS feed was directly mentioned, but the News Feed is or will be disabled. Or so I read somewhere around here in the forum.
We're not changing any rules regarding the RSS feed, so everything should be fine on that front. I added a note on our policy with RSS feeds to that big sticky thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/74274
wlambert - what are you putting in for feeds? Which browser are you working with? There might be some sort of bug...
I just used the RSS feed feature to check this out, it is working. the news feed has been removed from the capsules, I think did not make a good note of it.
I have had the exact same problem with rss feeds today! I've never had this trouble before. It appears to work just fine until you click "done editing" and the page reloads, and it doesn't show up. Then, when I try to check it out under "edit" again I find my url has been erased. So I try again until I get frustrated and give up.
I have not been able to add RSS feeds based on tags. I see it in preview only. Frustrating when things don't work.
I've just published a hub for the hubmob on economising, that required me to insert the special hubmob rss feed - and my feed's not showing up.
I'm using Firefox and, I should add, at this stage I am the only hubmob entrant, so there are two items in the feed, both written by me.
Both my entries have been "grouped" in the same group (the group only contains those two at present).
I was able to replicate this problem on my end. For some reason, it's not saving properly.
I've filed a ticket with engineering so they should be fixing it shortly. Thanks for letting us know, everyone!
Just a note that Paul fixed this last night; the RSS Capsule should be working normally now.
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by Cagsil 7 years ago
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by molometer 6 years ago
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