A website I visit everyday provide an RSS and Atom feed for their publications. What I want to do is to find a service where I can put this RSS link and in a specific time of the day, it will send me all the new* posts in my personal email.

* New posts are started from the last one of the previous email.

Platform: Online

Price: Free

Support: Gmail or personal email provider (e.g. myname@mydomain.com)

Schedule: Add a specific time of the day that will check the RSS or Atom URL and send the email.

  • Did you Google for 'RSS aggregator'? Many of these are for aggregating RSS into a program (e.g. Wordpress), but I can imagine you find solutions for your case as well. – user416 Sep 14 '15 at 13:38
  • All the RSS aggregators I used was a software which just gathered the RSS items. I am not aware of any one which can mail it to you with a specific schedule. @JanDoggen – Tasos Sep 14 '15 at 13:44

Alright, I see that @DariuszWoźniak posted an answer to @Tasos question but @Tasos seemed to have a problem with using Feedly so I created a recipie using IFTTT which just uses a feeds URL instead of an external service like Feedly. It meets your requirements of being,

  • Free
  • Online
  • Support for all email providers
  • Can specify what time of the day you want your emails to come in at

RSS Daily Digest

RSS Daily Digest

  • Seems great. I added the recipe with a daily digest tomorrow morning. I will check if it works and then choose your answer as your best! Thank you! – Tasos Sep 14 '15 at 23:16

You may use Daily Digest feature from IFTTT and integrate it with Feedly.

The recipe is as following—


  • Feedly: New article from specified category This Trigger fires every time a new article from a specific category appears on Feedly.


  • Add to daily digest. This Action will add an item to your daily digest sent once a day at the time you specify.

The recipe may be read as:

If new article from category Your Category, then add to daily digest sent to Your@Email.com at Specified Time .

Feedly integfrated with IFTTT

You may search for "feedly daily digest" for already created recipes, or you may create one on your own.

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    Unfortunately, Feedly is asking for a monthly subscription to connect it with IFTTT. And I am looking only for free service. However, it was a nice idea to use IFTTT. – Tasos Sep 14 '15 at 20:02
  • @Tasos: That's interesting, I'm using free Feedly... – Dariusz Woźniak Sep 15 '15 at 5:07

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