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DisqusNew Comment
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RSS by ZapierCreate Item in Feed

RSS is a great way to subscribe to your favorite blogs, but it can also be the best way to stay up-to-date on the comments on your site. Use this Zapier integration to post new Disqus comments to an RSS feed, and you won't need to log onto your site to read the latest comments. You could also share the RSS feed with your followers, so they'll have an easy way to keep up with the discussion.

How It Works

  1. A new comments is made with Disqus
  2. Zapier adds this comment to a designated RSS feed

What You Need

  • Disqus account
  • Zapier account

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New Email Subscriber

Triggers when a user opts in to your email list. This trigger requires the forum to have a Disqus Pro subscription.

Create Item in Feed

Power your own Zapier RSS feed.

New Comment

Triggers when a new comment is left on a Disqus-enabled forum.

New Flagged Comment

Triggers when a Disqus comment is flagged.

New Item in Feed

Triggers on new RSS feed items.

New Items in Multiple Feeds

Triggers when there is a new item in any of the feeds being watched.

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What is RSS by Zapier?


RSS (really simple syndication) is pretty much the industry standard for feed readers. You'll find RSS feeds in almost every app imaginable.

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