RSS Listing module with external feed url not showing featured image

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torreyj
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Hello, I'm using an external feed url within the RSS Listing Module, anybody know why featured images aren't coming through? I noticed the module header isn't either, but I'm not too worried about that. But the content links and summary come over just fine. All I need is the image to come over and I'm good.

 

Here's a screenshot of my setup. Anyhelp on this would be great.  Thanks

 

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stefen
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@torreyj I checked your RSS feed and I don't see any <image> tags inside of it. In order for the images to pull through into HubSpot the feed itself will need that tag. If you're using WordPress you may want to make sure your posts have "Featured Images" as that is what powers the image tags in the feeds. Also, you could try various RSS plugins to generate different types of feeds.

 

Hope that helps!

Stefen Phelps, Community Champion, Kelp Web Developer

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sharonlicari
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Hey @torreyj        

 

I will tag a few of our experts to learn from them. 

 

Hey @krishangtechn @tjoyce @stefen  could you please share your knowledge with @torreyj?     

 

Thank you

Sharon


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krishangtechn
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@sharonlicari  Thanks for share with me

 

@torreyj  Let me review it and get back to you

 

Thanks,

Ramesh

Krishang Technolab

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stefen
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@torreyj I checked your RSS feed and I don't see any <image> tags inside of it. In order for the images to pull through into HubSpot the feed itself will need that tag. If you're using WordPress you may want to make sure your posts have "Featured Images" as that is what powers the image tags in the feeds. Also, you could try various RSS plugins to generate different types of feeds.

 

Hope that helps!

Stefen Phelps, Community Champion, Kelp Web Developer

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