Quickly search and explore any RSS Feed
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Rest Your Eyes 2.0 — Get rid of digital eye strain with the 20 20 20 rule
Oct 13, 2021, 10 AM
Truffle — Uses past Slack threads to help answer repeated questions
Oct 12, 2021, 7 PM
HOLi — Working hours, water balance reminder app
Oct 13, 2021, 7 AM
Dumpster Rental Software — Digitally manage dumpster rental from order to delivery
Oct 12, 2021, 1 PM
Twist 2.0 — For teams burnt out by real-time chat, work async, not ASAP
Oct 11, 2021, 7 PM
Plans — The ultimate social event planner app for real-life meetups!
Oct 9, 2021, 9 AM
Vectorly for 1-on-1 Meetings — Agenda & Recommendations you don’t need to prepare 💬 ⭐️ ❤️
Oct 12, 2021, 7 AM
Backstage for Clubhouse — Record & Replay your CH rooms
Oct 11, 2021, 3 AM
The command lets you convert any RSS Feed into a searchable list in the Command Bar. Use it to quickly scan through the latest posts of your favourite publisher.
The first time you run the command, you'll be asked to provide a URL for the RSS Feed. There are many RSS Feeds available but here are some popular ones that you might want to try:
- New York Times Home Page – latest news from The New Your Times home page.
- Reddit Front Page – latest posts from the front page on Reddit. In most cases, you can create an RSS feed by adding ".rss" to the end of an existing Reddit URL, e.g. http://www.reddit.com/r/news/.rss.
- Hacker News Front Page – top 30 posts that have appeared on the front page of Hacker News.
- Hacker News Jobs – new job opportunities from YC funded startups.
- Product Hunt – latest product launches on Product Hunt. Pro tip: add a
categoryparameter to the Feed URL to access the feed for a specific category. For example, for the Productivity category, you can use https://www.producthunt.com/feed?category=productivity.
Given the nature of this command, you can create multiple Slapdash Commands by using different RSS Feed URLs. Try changing the command's name and icon to give it an even better look.