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This page tells you how to get hold of an RSS feed which Confluence has predefined for you.

To subscribe to predefined RSS feeds for a particular space:

  1. Go to the space and choose Space tools > Content Tools on the sidebar. 
  2. Choose RSS Feeds.
  3. Copy and paste the link for one of the feeds into your RSS newsreader:

If your space uses the Documentation theme:

  1. Choose Browse > Space Operations
  2. Choose RSS Feeds in the space operations options.
  3. Copy and paste the link for one of the feeds into your RSS newsreader.

Feeds include:

  • Pages
  • Blog
  • Mail
  • Comments
  • Attachments
  • All content

To subscribe to predefined RSS feeds for a particular page (where available):

Note that the word 'page' here means a part of the Confluence user interface, rather than a page that contains Confluence content. For example, your Network view offers an RSS feed.

  1. Go to the page.
  2. Locate the following icon, which is available in the top-right corner of certain pages:
  3. Copy and paste the icon's link into your RSS newsreader.

Notes

If you want to customise your Confluence RSS feed (for example, use a label to filter your feed), use the RSS Feed builder instead of the above instructions.

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  1. Is it possible as an administrator to configure rss feeds to all users in order to notify for example of Confluence restarts?