Upcoming changes to FeedBurner

April 14, 2021

Google is making some changes to FeedBurner, its RSS management tool, in the next few months. Starting in July, the platform will be transition to a more modern infrastructure, which means some features will be turned off. This includes email subscriptions and certain feed management capabilities.

For those who use FeedBurner to manage email subscribers, Google recommends downloading your email subscribers so that you can migrate to a new email subscription service. This data will also still be available for download after July. Other features that will continue to be supported include the ability to change the URL, source feed, title, and podcast metadata of your feed; basic analytics on feed requests; and the ability to create enclosure tags for MP3 files.

We're glad to announce that we will be making some changes to FeedBurner. These changes will allow us to keep FeedBurner up and running, but we also realize that they may mean extra work for some of our users in finding alternate solutions. For more information about the changes and next steps, please check out the FeedBurner Help Center.

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