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A Chrome Extension for Generating RSS Feeds from Google Plus

It’s been a while since I posted anything related to Google Plus. So, here is one for you all. A Chrome Extension for Generating RSS Feeds from Google Plus.

A Chrome Extension for Generating RSS Feeds from Google Plus

Feed+ is a sample app developed by Eric Koleda, an engineer working with the Google Apps Script team. Here is the official description from the developer.

Feed+ is a sample app that allows you to create an RSS feed of public Google+ activites and quickly add it to your Google Reader account. It was created using Google Apps Script, and demonstrates the usage of the HtmlService, ContentService, ScriptDb, and the Google+ API.

This app currently supports creating a feed from specific user or set of search results. Please note:

* The RSS feeds can only contain public Google+ activities. This means it’s not possible to create a feed of private or limited access activities.
* The RSS feeds you create are public, and anyone who has access to the URL could see the feed.

To access your circles, private data, or to post to Google+ please use the web interface at

To get started, open Feed+ inside Chrome and it will request access to some of your Google services. Say yes and you are all set to create RSS feeds from Google Plus. You can generate RSS feeds for individual profiles, business pages and for search results on Google Plus.

Once you have an RSS Feed for your Google Plus profile, you can easily cross-post updates to Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, LinkedIn and everywhere else using the IFTTT service.

To disable a particular Google Plus feed, simple delete it from the Feed+ app inside Chrome.

Useful? Get the extension from here and don’t forget to share this post to your G+ circles!





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