I’ve had separate RSS feeds before for statuses and posts. I’ve removed them and everything is collected under one feed now. Why did I do that?

  • It’s easier for me to post things since I don’t have to deal with categories and decide which feed get what.
  • I don’t post as many status updates as I expected, so no need to worry about filtering them out for specific groups.
  • My subscribers get everything. No skipped posts just because you subscribed to the wrong feed.
  • If you use a decent RSS service, you can filter stuff for yourself.


ChrisJWilson posted at August 30, 2018 8:18 am

@zsbenke Interesting change. Your point about not needing to deal with categories makes me think of the issue of friction in writing that Manton referenced in his set up for Micro.blog. I follow both anyway ¯(ツ)

amit posted at August 30, 2018 9:37 am

@zsbenke Yes, I did the same setup recently, combined both my micro and longest posts into a single feed. I had realised primarily your 2nd and 3rd is true for me too.

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