RSS and Atom feeds are essential for websites, especially blogs, as they allow users to easily subscribe and receive updates, saving time and enhancing website visibility and content distribution. Now you can enable RSS and ATOM feeds on your Notion databases in Super.
How to enable RSS and ATOM Feeds
Enabling RSS and ATOM feeds in super is really easy. This allows you to set up subscription feeds for your site visitors so they can keep in touch with all of your latest articles and blog posts. There are a couple of things to set up some in Notion and some in Super. First of all, let's add the properties to your database in Notion.
- In Notion add the meta properties to your database - these are used to populate the content in the reader.
- Next, still in Notion, on the database or database view that you want to be the main source of the News feed, ensure that these properties are visible in the view. Do this by clicking the three dots on the view at the top right of the database, then click the properties button and click to show the meta properties on the database view.
- Now, in Super navigate to the page with the database on in the Page list and Edit the page. From here you can click the Feeds button.
- Next select the database view that you want to use as the source of the feed and save.
- After the next page sync or press of the dashboard refresh button, the feed will be added to the page.
Used as the title of the article in the Feed
Used as the description of the article in the Feed
Used as the thumbnail image for the article in the Feed
Used as the Author
And that’s it! Now site vistors can subscribe to your feed by using the url of the page. You can even add an RSS icon to the footer from the Footer menu in Super.