A typical feed has multiple items (articles). Each item has a title, link, description (brief summary), an image and published date.
Our feed builder (and API) can try to extract all these elements, subject to them being published/available on the source webpage, in order to automatically create a valid feed in RSS 2.0 format.
Published date for each item (i.e. article) can be extracted, and auto-set in the feed, if it's available on the source webpage.
An image for each item (i.e. article) can be extracted, if images are published near, or as part of, the title or description (full text or summary) for each item block on the source webpage.
Feeds always link back to the original publisher, and do not extract or include the full-text body of articles, to maintain fair use.
Our developer API can also perform content auto-detection powered by Machine Learning.