NOTE: RSS Feed Articles (or other items) will only be scheduled for up to a year ahead at most. If you get the error "No available time-slots were found" it will be because of this. All the time-slots for the given year will be occupied.

RSS Feed will pick up all of your new articles, store them in Publer's library, and then it will Auto-post, Auto-schedule, or take No Action depending on the settings you have chosen.

To Auto-Post new RSS Feed articles:

Go to RSS Feeds on Publer.
Hover the mouse over the specific Feed on the left.
Click on the Settings icon in the middle.



Select Auto-Post and decide if you want to use link title/description as caption.
Choose if you want to post the new articles as links or as photos.

This would be useful when sharing to Instagram, Pinterest, or Google My Business, since they do not support link posts.
For Pinterest, you need to have a default board otherwise the article cannot be auto-posted.
Select the social accounts where you want this post to be automatically published.



Finally, decide if you want a posting delay or not and Save the changes.

Next time a new article is pulled, it will be published to the social media channels you chose, right away.

To Auto-Schedule new RSS Feed articles:

Go to RSS Feeds on Publer.
Hover the mouse over the specific Feed on the left.
Click on the Settings icon in the middle.



Select Auto-Scheduled and decide if you want to use link title/description as caption.
Choose if you want to post the new articles as links or as photos.

This would be useful when sharing to Instagram, Pinterest, or Google My Business, since they do not support link posts.
For Pinterest, you need to have a default board otherwise the article cannot be auto-scheduled.

Select the social accounts where you want this post to be automatically scheduled.



Finally, specify the labels of your posting schedule and Save the changes.

Next time a new article is pulled, it will be scheduled based on the posting schedule you have chosen.

Learn how to set up your RSS Feed here.
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