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Posted on 2016-09-23
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Hello WP Community

I am using the free version of WP RSS Aggregator. Pulls in RSS feeds fine, but how to I get it to post to my webpage? Do I have to purchase the FEED TO POSTS and CATEGORIES extension to make it do this?
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Question by:dlewis61
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I don't know much about this plugin, but: did you setup the plugin like it says here?

If so, you should go to "The feed sources" and force run an update. This should be enough to populate your site with posts from the feed.

However, scrap content from other sources may hurt you site... I strongly advise to read this before you use that OR other plugin that does the same.
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