Where do I put my url when adding RSS feed?

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hi
sometime I must tell you how great Yola is, this from a guy who's had lots of frustration with SBI

However I'm trying to Add RSS using the instructions and this part is hanging me up:
"5. A link editor will open up. You need to replace the default URL with a URL of a feed that you want. 5. For example, pasting the following URL will create a Yahoo! News RSS feed: http://rss.news.yahoo.com/rss/topstories. "

The example that needs replacing is: http://feeds.feedburner.com/synthasite
So which part do I replace with my site name? Just the synthasite?

Andrew
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The "http://feeds.feedburner.com" portion is from Google's Feedburner. So unless you're getting a feed from Feedburner, you would have to replace the entire url with the feed that you want. I hope this helps.
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Hello Andrew

Are you trying to add feeds from other sources or are you trying to create an RSS feed for your own site for others to subscribe to?

Once this is cleared up, I'm sure that we'll be able to get this sorted out.
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I can't understand what you exactly ask. But , if you need to get answer for "the url of my yola blog " , read below.
I've a blog in this page.
http://www.eSecrets.tk/mobile

and , my blog's rss is

http://www.eSecrets.tk/mobile.Rss

hope this helps.
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thanks Diane, Sanja and Ayesh. I appreciate the supportive community, still not "there" yet (not at my answer). Nice site Ayesh!
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Hello Andrew

When you are ready to explore this feature further and still need assistance, please do let us know. We'll be happy to help.
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Hi Sanja
Though I put in my smile, I still have the question. I don't know where to put and what part of my url to put, to add RSS. The example has feedburner.feeds . . . does this stay or is it replaced. Can you help?

Andrew
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Bad news , you are still sad.

Can you tell us what is the problem , exactly what is.
1 . Do u need to submit ur rss to a rss dir ?
2. Do u need to place links to ur inside rss-es in the home page ?
3. Do u need to allow readers to subscribe to feeds via feedburner ?
4. Other ?
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thanks Ayesh.

It's #3. I need to allow readers to subscribe to feeds via feedburner.

Andrew
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Ok,
1 . Forget all.
2. Copy url of your blog using addressbar of browser.
3. Visit feedburner.Com
4. Sign in using google account.
5. Paste the url copied in step 2.
Next , give a name , and a url .(like "www.Esecrets.Tk/internet ")
6 .Next.
7. Follow instructions and choose "Publicize"

now you can manage publicizing options.
If u need to have a html code for subscribe box ,
1 . Activate email subscriptions.
2. Grab code.
3. Paste in yola.
4. Publish.

Congrats .! Thats over.

If u need more help , ayeshlakmal#gmail.Com (replace # with a @ ).

example , real one, my blog's feed below.

feeds.feedburner.com/esecrets/nkab
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Please let us know if you further assistance with this Andrew.
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if you want to put RSS FEED in yola heres how

1, click WIDGET > ADVANCE
2, click RSS reader and drag it in your page
3, click edit button
4, then in your properties you will see EDIT YOUR LINK click it
5, the replace the link with your RSS FEED then click APPLY

thats all

http://kianplace.yolasite.com
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you need to replace it all