discord-bot-rss-feed

Simple discord bot to post links from rss feed


Project maintained by benji7425 Hosted on GitHub Pages — Theme by mattgraham

Discord RSS Bot

Posts the latest URLs from an RSS feed, optionally @mention-ing a role when posted

Features

Invite

By inviting this bot to your server you agree to the terms and conditions laid out in the privacy section of this document.
If you agree, invite to your server with this link. Temporarily unavailable due to scaling issues and the large amount of attention recently.

Setup

You can ask the bot for help with commands by typing @RSS Bot help

Add a new feed

@RSS Bot add-feed <url> <#channel> [@role]

Example: @RSS Bot add-feed http://lorem-rss.herokuapp.com/feed?unit=second&interval=30 #rss-posts @subscribers

View feeds configured for this server

@RSS Bot view-feeds
This will display a list of RSS feeds configured for this server, along with a unique ID for each

Remove a configured feed

@RSS Bot remove-feed <feed-id>

To remove a feed you will need it’s unique ID, which you can find by running the above view-feeds command

Example: @RSS Bot remove-feed ABc-123dEF

Permissions

The bot requires certain permissions, which you are prompted for on the invite screen. Each permission has a reason for being required, explained below.

Permission Reason
Read messages Detect when you use commands
Send messages Respond when you use commands; post new RSS links
Read message history Check if any new RSS links have been posted during downtime
Embed links Responses to ‘help’ requests use message embeds for nice formatting

Privacy statement

In accordance with the Discord developer Terms of Service, by inviting this bot to your Discord server you agree that this bot may collect and store the relevant data needed to function, including but not limited to:

This bot will only collect data which is necessary to function.
No data collected will be shared with any third parties.

Should you wish for the data stored about your server to be removed, please contact me via my support Discord and I will oblige as soon as I am able. Please note that this will require you to remove the bot from your server.

Want to host your own instance?

  1. Clone the repository, or download and extract the zip file (preferrably from the release page)
  2. Make sure you have npm and git installed
  3. Run npm install
  4. Add token.json in the root folder (make sure to include the quotes “”): "your-token-goes-here"
  5. Run npm start

Note for git users
If you cloned the repository with git, make sure you git reset --hard vX.Y to a specific version, as latest master isn’t always production ready!

Need help?

I am available for contact via my support Discord server. I will always do my best to respond, however I am often busy so can’t always be available right away, and as this is a free service I may not always be able to resolve your query.