Google Blogger RSS

google Blogger RSS

The difference between Blogger & BlogSpot

The URLs for Google Blogger RSS feeds are subdomains; you might have expected them to be subdomains. This is because Google Blogger is just a CMS and needs a host domain to be able to deliver content to users. is also owned by Google and is not a CMS, rather it is a domain hosting service. Therefore, many Blogger websites are accessed from a BlogSpot subdomain, so have a BlogSpot URL. This is because BlogSpot is being used to host the content created in Blogger. And yes, this can be a little confusing, so here is a link for an explanation of the Blogger/BlogSpot relationship. So for FeedWind, we are interested in the feed URLs for Google Blogger RSS and not BlogSpot.

Google Blogger RSS feed URLs

Just substitute in the correct blog address for blogname and the label you’re interested in for labelname.

NOTE: Site feeds do not work with private blogs.

Full site feed:

  • Atom 1.0:
  • RSS 2.0:

Comments-only feed:

  • Atom 1.0:
  • RSS 2.0:

Label-specific site feed:

To get a feed for a specific label, change [label].

  • Atom 1.0:[label]
  • RSS 2.0:[label]?alt=rss

Individual post comment feed:

Note: You can find the postId of an individual post from the Posting > ‘Edit Posts’ tab. Simply mouseover the ‘Edit’ link next to a particular post, and that postId will be displayed in your browser’s status bar.

  • Atom 1.0:
  • RSS 2.0:

Change your Blogger site’s feed settings

To enable or disable the site feed(s) for your blog, first go to the Settings | Other tab.

Here, you can select how much of your content you want to syndicate. “Full” will put the entire content of each post in your site feed, while “Short” only includes an excerpt from the beginning of each post. Select “Until Jump Break” to show all post content before your jump break. The “None” option turns your site feed off entirely. For more advanced options, you can select “Custom.”


When you select “Custom,” you’ll see options for three different types of Google Blogger RSS feeds. Each option has the same “Full,” “Short,” and “None” setting choices.

  • Full: Shows entire content of each post.
  • Short: Shows an excerpt from the beginning of each post.
  • Until Jump Break: Shows content before your jump break (This is a [read-more..] link appended to your RSS feed items).
  • None: Turns site feed off entirely.
  • Custom: Set advanced options for blog posts, comment feed, or per-post comment feed.

If you’ve burned your post feed with FeedBurner, or used another service to process your feed, you will need to go to your blog’s settings and complete the setup by redirecting your feed. To redirect your feed, just copy and paste the feed URL you received from the service into the “Post Feed Redirect URL” section.



  • Once you’ve enabled your site feeds, you may want to provide a way for your readers to find them. If the template you’re using isn’t displaying links to these files, you can add them in using the site feed template tags.
  • All site feeds are published in Atom 1.0 format. However, if you add ?alt=rss to the end of any site feed URL, you can get the same feed in RSS 2.0 format.
  • Feedburner has its own ‘summary’ setting which, if enabled, may affect the display of your feed for the Until Jump Break option. You can correct this by logging into Feedburner and disabling the Summary Burner option from the Optimize tab.
April 18, 2016 3:46 pm