In the feedit app, simply add your favourite websites as normal via the Websites menu (see adding websites for more info).
In the Social Feeds menu, click the ellipses (3 dots) in the top right corner and select the Create option, you’ll then be asked if it’s a “Social Feed” or “Scraper” – you want Social Feed. This will open a new page where you can select the websites you want to include.
Once you’ve selected the websites you want included in the social feed, enter a name. This can be anything you want, it’s just the user friendly name your followers will see and it can be changed any time you want.
Now click the icon browser button and find an image to use for your social feed. An image size of 200 x 200 px is recommended, both JPEG and PNG format are supported but where possible PNG is the recommended format to use.
Click the button to create your social feed file, the location of your file will be copied to your clipboard.
Go to your favourite image hosting website and when asked for the location of the file you want to upload, simply paste (right click -> paste).
Once uploaded, if the website doesn’t give you a URL you can share with friends simply logout from the site, find your uploaded image, right click on it and copy the image address. You can now share this with your friends and family, this will be the social feed URL they need to enter in their app.
Using a URL Shortener (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)
Register at bit.ly – this allows you to edit where your shortened url points to.
Paste your original social feed url (the image you uploaded) into bit.ly and you’ll be given a nice short url, something like bit.ly/2LRwRHB.
Share this with your followers, this is the only code they’ll ever need to add into their feedit app.
In the unlikely event your pastebin text file gets taken down or the website closes, you can simply upload that encrypted text file elsewhere (archive.org, bitbucket.org, github.com etc.). Grab the new url, head over to bit.ly and edit where your bit.ly link is pointing to, your followers will continue getting updates and will be none the wiser.
If you get kicked off your favourite social media platform, register with a new username or move to a completely different platform then update your Social Feed to reflect the changes. Simple, no more lost followers.