Contentstudio’s RSS feed reader feature is a comprehensive tool to search, follow, and monitor your favorite content sources online. It has a clean and elegant design to keep things as simple as possible.
In the main dashboard, you are able to see posts in reverse chronological order. The posts are shown as cover stories with a headline and image so you instantly get a gist of what the news or article is about.
The feeds are currently being crawled every 20 minutes but in the future, you will be to set custom time to check feeds update.
Cover stories show you the most trending posts from every topic for that very day. You then have the option to tag them accordingly. This would the most recent events, news, or updated in your topics of interest.
The thing that sets ContentStudio’s feed reader apart for any other RSS feed reader is its ability to curate the content from the feed and share it across social media channels.
Simply click the share button and the content will be shared with your target audience.
Of course, you get the standard option of starring or archiving a post and unlike any other tool, once you archive a post, it stays there, forever.
You can also add your favorite content to your Pocket account that is integrated with the ContnetStudio main app.
As a stamp of authenticity, each post is accompanied by the number of Twitter influencers that have shared this post. This way you know that the post is genuinely trending at the moment.
In the trending section, you get to see the content that is performing well at the moment. Again, you have the option to curate these posts and directly share it with your own audience across social media channels.
In the feeds section, you can create groups to which you can add the feeds. For example, you can create a group called digital marketing and add 15-20 feed URLs to it.
Your feed group also shows the number of feeds in a particular group. If you archive any of the articles in a group, the number associated with it will automatically decrease. When new articles come in, the number is increased.
Once inside a particular group, you can view the content in a list or grid view for easy access. You can then add further sources by clicking the “Add Sources” button.
Here the ContentStudio’s feed reader provides you with a list of curated topics that you can follow. It is much like your favorite topics are shown when you join a social media platform.
If you click on any of the curated topics, you are presented with a list of verified and trending RSS feeds that you can follow. So an RSS feed reader transforms into content discovery with a click of a button. This way all the trending RSS feeds in a particular topic is right at your fingertips.
ContentStudio feeds is much more than just an RSS feed reader. It packs so much information and functionality that no other falls in the same category.