Wish you could follow a couple of Twitter or Instagram users, without setting up an account? Create an RSS feed for them.
RSS Hub is an open source project that creates RSS feeds from a wide variety of websites, including social media pages. You can install this on your own server, but it’s not necessary for most users.
The service doesn’t hold your hand, but it’s not complicated: just create a URL for the page you want an RSS feed for. For Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube you’ll find these base URLs:
Add the username after those URLs and you’ll have an RSS feed. For example, How-to Geek’s Twitter account can be found at:
The service supports way more than social media accounts: you can track the App Store, flight deals, and GitHub accounts. Let us know any uses you discover, okay?
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