In this update I’ve added a new section called Bots. In this section will be added a lot of bots for social networks and messengers. All bots will respect the social networks “Terms and Conditions”. I want to avoid any legal problem, and Instagram bots or bots for Facebook will be based on the official api. The first bot is Promotis. With the Promotis bot you can create a list of comments which will be added on a post which you want to promote. The comments will be published automatically and deleted when you will decide. Each comment can contain photo, text or link. The photo will be uploaded as a photo. You have the option, if someone have replied[…]

The next Midrub’s update will allow you to decide how often will be published the RSS’s posts. You can easily decide to publish a post once per hour, once in 2 hours, once in 3 hours, etc. For more details, please watch the video bellow: Soon will be added 2 cool filters for RSS which will make your life much easier.

In the next update you will have a new option in the RSS’s settings. The new option allows you to publish RSS’s posts as images or as posts. You will see images even in the RSS’s preview. You can see in the video bellow how to publish RSS’s posts as images: The RSS’s reader don’t support images from any RSS feed, because a lot of RSS feed don’t follow the RSS standard. If you can’t publish images from RSS, just send me the RSS’s url and i will add support for the RSS’s format.

In the following days i’m going to release a new update. The update will contain several new features for the RSS Section. First feature is ready already and you can see now where the RSS’s posts have been published successfully and where not. The new feature displays in a list the social networks, account and published status. In the video bellow you can watch how can be used the new RSS’s feature: The next RSS’s feature will be support for images.

Midrub allows you to publish RSS’s posts in an easily way. You can select the social accounts where will be published the rss posts, schedule each post or publish automatically, use refferal code for all RSS’s urls, publish only new posts, etc. In the video bellow you will see how to add a new RSS Feed and how to configure it:

Midrub provides two ways to publish the posts from an RSS Feeds. Automatically and Manually. Default is enabled the automatically way to publish the RSS’s posts. If you want, you can enable the Manually option and decide when will be published some posts from a Feed RSS. In the video bellow you can see how is scheduled a posts from an RSS Feed:

From this week you can decide if the Midrub’s RSS Reader will publish all posts or only the new posts. For example: A feed contains 20 posts(10 from 2016 and 10 from 2017). If you select to publish only new posts, none of the 20 current posts will not be published, but only the next posts. The option can be useful for news website, stores, etc. The new update will be available soon.