When this happens...
GmailNew Email
Then do this...
RSS by ZapierCreate Item in Feed

Email is great for private conversations, but not so easily shared with others. This Gmail-RSS integration offers a user-friendly solution: an RSS feed for those emails. It will trigger for each new email you receive on Gmail, automatically posting the email as a new item to the custom RSS feed provided by Zapier so everyone can stay in the loop.

Note: This Zap can be set up to only trigger for new emails under specific labels if needed

How It Works

  1. A new email is received on Gmail
  2. Zapier automation posts a new item to an RSS feed

What You Need

  • Gmail account

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It's easy to connect Gmail + RSS by Zapier and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.

When this happens...
then do this!
New Email Matching Search

Triggers when you receive a new email that matches a search string you provide.

Create Draft

Create (but do not send) a new email message.

New Labeled Email

Triggers when you receive a new email and label it within two days.

Send Email

Create and send a new email message.

New Attachment

Triggers when you receive a new attachment (triggers once per attachment).

Create Item in Feed

Power your own Zapier RSS feed.

New Starred Email

Triggers when you receive a new email and star it within two days.

Add Label to Email

Add a label to an email message.

New Thread

Triggers when a new thread starts.

Create Label

Creates a new label.

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One of the most popular email services, Gmail keeps track of all your emails with treaded conversations, tags, and Google-powered search to locate find any message you need.

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