Manual RSS Builder
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Frequently asked questions
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My feed isn't updating as frequently as you've promised.
The most common reason is a lower refresh rate of your RSS reader. Some RSS readers don't pull feed updates as often as we do. And even if we're refreshing the content according to your subscription plan, your RSS reader may have a lower refresh rate. That's why you can get un updates with a delay. Unfortunately, we can't control the work of third-party software. All we can do is to update the feed in time. But displaying the updates right after it's updated is an RSS reader's responsibility.
Do you have annual (year) subscription?
Yes, we do have an annual subscription. After you select a plan at the
plans list page
and click Upgrade, you'll be redirected to a subscription purchasing page. There you can select a payment cycle (monthly/annual) and check the year (annual) price.
Where can I see my payments history (invoices)?
Your invoices can be found on
If you subscribed with a PayPal, you can also find them in your account at PayPal.com
Can I change my invoices details?
Yes, you can. To do this, please go to
and click on "Change "Invoiced to" button at the bottom.
How to update my billing details?
To update any of your payment details or change payment method please visit http://fetchrss.com/prices and click "Change the payment method / cycle" link.
Your Manual RSS Builder doesn't work with some sites
Can I fetch RSS from password protected page?
The short answer is no you can't. Our service can only access publicly available data. We don't have a functionality to read password protected pages.
Do you have any discounts?
Unfortunately, we don't have any discounts. We're trying to keep the prices as low as possible. So that as many people as possible can use our service. And at the same time to be able to maintain the infrastructure and invest in the development of new features
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