3 Steps to Instantly Amplify your Gmail as a Full Text RSS Reader

The masterminds over at FeedsAPI offer you a simple way to syndicate RSS feeds and shoot
them over to your Gmail or other email account, read-ready, quickly and effortlessly. This will
provide you with a more streamlined way to view the awesome RSS feeds you follow. FeedsAPI
makes this easy and painless – and, our video will walk you through it in no time.
First, if you don’t have a Gmail account, go ahead and set one up. If you’d rather use another
email account, that’s OK too. Once you’re set up with your account, it’s time to get that much
closer to RSS feed optimization. You’re so close you can taste it.
As explained in the video, all you need to do is hop on over to your FeedsAPI account, go to the
team members area, and click “Add new user.” Next, you’ll just need to add the associated
Gmail account and click “Save user.” You’re almost there.
Now that the user portion is set up, head over to FeedsAPI at www.feedsapi.com, and click on
the big green button. A panel will pop up and that’s where you will fill in the three fields that
populate. The top line asks for the RSS URL of the content you want to syndicate. Below that,
enter the access key (the password you entered to log into FeedsAPI account), lastly, enter your
Gmail address, and voila! – it’s time to start receiving the Full Text RSS Feeds in your Gmail
account. Your feeds will thank you.
The next time you check your email, you’ll see the Full Text RSS Feeds waiting for you in your
inbox, just like you wanted. And, that’s it. You’re on your way to total RSS Feed domination. All
thanks to FeedsAPI.

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