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import external rss into confluence page

How can Confluence 3.5.13 dynamically import an RSS from an external site into a Confluence page?

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Renjith Pillai
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Mar 22, 2012

Is this what you are looking for ?

EDIT: But I do not know whether this is supported in OnDemand.

I would like to use the RSS macro on the on demand version too. Thank you.

I am also very interested in using the RSS Feed Macro, but it is not available in the Macro Browser. I see that there are a lot of restrictions for On Demand:

But the RSS Feed Macro is not explicitly restricted. It does say "user macros" are restricted, but I believe the RSS Feed Macro is not a User Macro.

I will try requesting the feature be turned on by submitting a ticket here:

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