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Add an RSS feed to a page or post

Last updated: April 15, 2021

Applies to:

Marketing Hub Professional, Enterprise
CMS Hub Professional, Enterprise
Legacy Marketing Hub Basic

Add a feed of your HubSpot-hosted or external blog posts to your website with the RSS Listing module. You can add this module to a page or blog template in the design manager.

An RSS feed can display a post's title, author, summary, featured image, and publish date. Here is an example RSS feed: 

To add an RSS Listing module to a blog, landing page, or website page template:

  • In your HubSpot account, navigate to Marketing > Files and Templates > Design Tools.
  • In the finder, click the name of the template.
  • In the inspector on the right sidebar menu, click + Add.  
  • Enter rss listing in the search bar. Drag the RSS Listing module over your template, then drop it into position.
  • Click the module on your template. In the right sidebar menu, scroll to the Default Content section. 
  • In the RSS module header field, enter the text that will appear above your RSS feed. 
  • To use an external RSS feed: 
    • In the Add an RSS Feed section, select Use an external RSS feed.
    • Enter the feed's URL in the RSS URL field. The URL cannot begin with http://.

Please note: the RSS Listing module won't show featured images from an external RSS feed..


  • To use a HubSpot-hosted blog: 
    • In the Add an RSS Feed section, select Use a HubSpot-hosted blog.
    • Click the Blog dropdown menu and select a blog
    • To only show posts using a specific tag, click the Filter by tag dropdown menu and select a tag

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  • To change the number of posts displayed, click the Maximum number of posts to display field and enter a number. By default, the RSS Listing module will display five posts.  
  • Configure the feed's author, summary, and publish date options. Clear the Show author name/summary/publish date checkbox(es) to hide that information. 
  • Click Publish changes to set your changes live.