phpBB Smartfeed

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Many people are discovering the convenience of syndicated newsfeeds. With newsfeeds, you do not have to visit the site to read its content. This interface allows you to create your own personalized newsfeed very easily and see relevant posts from your news reader. Authentication is supported for registered members, allowing you to view posts in forums that others may not be able to read.

Forum selection

Please note the categories and forums shown are for those you are allowed to read only. Forum selection is disabled when you select bookmarked topics only.


Post filters

Include posts over this time range to the present. Irrespective of the time periods shown, this board has a set limit of 30 days beyond which no posts can be retrieved. This is necessary to ensure that fetching feeds does not slow down overall access to this forum.

The maximum allowed by the board's administrator is 100. You may set this value to any number less than or equal to the board limit, but greater than zero.

Additional criteria

Traditional Order is the default order used by phpBB 2, which is category order, forum order, last topic post time (descending) and post time.

Notice: To ensure consistent rendering, if a post must be truncated, the HTML will be removed from the post.

Format & access control

Please note that the amount of feed styling actually applied depends on the capabilities of your newsreader. Most newsreaders will not apply all HTML styles. Place your cursor over the style text to learn more.

If your IP address is, the URL generated will make the feed work only in the address range 123.45.67.*

Generate & test

To copy it, click on the URL. All text will be automatically selected. Then copy and paste it in your news reader.

Run the URL in a new page of your browser. The newsfeed may look better in a newsreader.