RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication". It is a way to easily distribute a list of headlines, update notices, and sometimes content to a wide number of people. getting the RSS address of a blogger blog doesn’t seem as simple to many. For anyone who is trying to bump up blog readership, adding their blog's Really Simple Syndication URL is necessary. Really Simple Syndication feeds are required sometimes for some gadgets like recent post widget and sometimes it needs to submit RSS feed to certain websites which index your blog or site posted on their site or promote your site's post so they require a link to your site to get all the latest info from your site once otherwise, it will take a lot of time to index posts.

Customize your Blogger feed

To enable or disable the site feed(s) for your blog, first, go to the Settings > Other tab. Once there, you can select how much of your content you want to syndicate:

  • Full will put the entire content of each post in your site feed.
  • Short only includes an excerpt from the beginning of each post.
  • Until Jump Break shows all post content before your jump break.
  • None turns your site feed off entirely. For more advanced options, you can select Custom.
    Customize your Blogger feed

When you select Custom, you’ll see options for three different types of Google Blogger RSS feeds. Each option has the same FullShort,” and None setting choices.

  • Full: Shows the entire content of each post
  • Short: Shows an excerpt from the beginning of each post.
  • Until Jump Break: Shows content before your jump break (This is a [read more..] link appended to your RSS items).
  • None: Turns site feed off entirely.
  • Custom: Set advanced options for blog posts, comment, or per-post comment.
If you’ve burned your post with FeedBurner or used another service to process your feed, you will need to go to your blog’s settings and complete the setup by redirecting your RSS  feed. To redirect just copy and paste the feed URL you received from the service into the “Post Feed Redirect URL” section.

Full site feed

  • Atom 1.0 -
  • RSS 2.0 -

Comments-only feed

Atom 1.0:
RSS 2.0:

Label-specific site feed

  • Atom 1.0:[label]
  • RSS 2.0:[label]?alt=rss

Individual post comment feed

  • Atom 1.0:
  • RSS 2.0:
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