How to Embed RSS Feed On Sharepoint With Real Time Update

Embed RSS feed on Sharepoint website with real time update and customization feature. Using Taggbox Widget you can simple add live RSS feed on your Sharepoint website.

Sharepoint owned by Microsoft is a web-based collaborative platform that integrates with Microsoft Office. According to Microsoft, Sharepoint has 190 Million users which is a huge number in terms of sharing your content with those users.

So, to make the most out of it you should use Tools like Taggbox Widget, which lets you aggregate feeds or content in one place and helps you to embed the feed into your website.

We will be covering two key points here:

  1. How to Add RSS Feeds
  2. How to Embed RSS Feeds on Sharepoint.

Let’s dive in!

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How to Add RSS Feed On Sharepoint

Step 1:

Create your Taggbox Account. Sign Up for 14 days Free Trial or Login to existing account.

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Step 2:

  • After Sign Up or Log in you’ll be redirected to Taggbox Dashboard. 
  • Click “+Create Widget” on the Top Right corner of the screen.
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Step 3:

A popup Box “Create Widget” will appear:

  • Widget Name – Enter the Name of your Widget according to your choice.
  • Your Unique URL – Automatically your Widget Name is the Name of your Unique URL.
  • Profanity Filter Checkbox – It helps you to filter any profanity feeds before aggregating into the Taggbox Account.

Now Click “Create Widget” to create your first Taggbox Widget.

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Step 4:

A new Dialog Box will appear “Pick a Source” select “RSS” to aggregate the feeds from RSS.

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Step 5:

“Create RSS Feed” dialog box will appear, enter the details:

  • Display Name – Name that you want on the display.
  • Feed URL – Enter the XML URL for the feed you want to embed.
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You can also manually approve posts before making them public by enabling the checkbox.

Finally, Click “Create Feed”.

After “Create Feed”, Taggbox will aggregate all the content from the entered URL into the feed menu.

How to embed RSS Feed on Sharepoint?

Follow the steps to embed RSS feed on Sharepoint.

Step 1. – Login to your Sharepoint Account

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Step 2 – You can use your existing site or you can click on Create Site to build a new site.

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Note: If you opted for creating a new site, you will get an option to choose between Team Site and Communication Site. You can choose the option that suits you and fill in details such as Site Name, Site Design, Site Description, and Site Language. Then click on Finish and your site is created.

Step 3 – After selection of website. To authorize Taggbox to be able to embed the RSS Feed on your site, click on Settings on the top right corner. 

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Step 4 – Click on Site Information.

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Step 5 – Now click on View all site setting.

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Step 6 – You will see multiple options, click on  HTML Field Security.

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Step 7 – On your screen, you will see an option to allow Iframe. Enter and click on Add. Then choose the option OK on the bottom left corner. 

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Step 8 – Go back to your website now. Click on the Edit button to enable edit mode then click on (+) icon on your website. A pop-up will appear, click on embed.

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Step 9 –  Now a pop-up will appear that will ask you for an embed code. Paste the below-mentioned code there.

<iframe src="" style="visibility: visible; position: static; margin: 0px; left: -999em; display: inline-block; border: none; width: 100%; height: 650px;min-height: 600px;" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true"></iframe>
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Important – Now go to the RSS Feed you created on Taggbox Widget, you will see your Wall ID in the URL. Copy that Wall ID and replace “Your_Wall_ID” in the given space.

Step 11 – Click on the Republish button, and your RSS Feed has been embedded.

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