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Both Facebook and Twitter provide ways to fetch your stream of updates via RSS into an RSS feed reader. Google+ on the other hand doesn’t have any such option. Google+ to RSS is a third-party tool that aims to fill this hole. It lets you create an RSS feed of public Google+ updates and requires your Google+ profile ID, API key and an email address. Private or limited status updates will not show up in the feed though.

rss feed for google plus

If you are wondering where you can locate your Google+ profile ID and what the heck an API key is, the tool has got you covered. On their homepage they have linked to a how-to page they’ve created, that addresses these concerns and helps you locate those ID’s.


  • Create an RSS feed from the public updates in your Google+ stream.
  • Easy to use, requires profile ID, API key and an email address.

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  1. Serra
    June 12, 2012 at 4:44 am

    Looks like they may be having troubles and be getting overwhelmed, having trouble signing in.

  2. Hatnohat
    March 21, 2012 at 7:10 pm


    I'm providing a open source solution too that has some unique rss item modeling features.

    & we're discussing it on Google+ here: