Subscribe to a Quick Base RSS Feed

How do you keep track of what's happening in your Quick Base application? Sure you can set up notifications, subscriptions and reminders, but what if your lifestyle is more Web 2.0 than that?

If you want, you can create an RSS feed for your Quick Base application. Whenever a record in your application is added, modified or deleted, you can find out by accessing the feed within your RSS reader. Switch from your Chess Championship news feed over to a list of Quick Base updates in one click. When you do, what you'll see is a form view of the record that changed.

To set up a Quick Base RSS feed:

Add the following bookmark location to your RSS feed:

When you do so, replace the following elements with your own information:

Tip: Quick Base uses the Default Form to format the display of records via RSS. If you want, you can specify a different form. To do so, just tack the following onto the end of the bookmark URL: &dfid=XX where XX is the ID of the form you want to use.

See a sample

If you want a quick preview, you can try the following sample Quick Base RSS feed in your reader:

This application is open to Everyone on the Internet, so it doesn't need a user name or password.

About RSS Readers

What RSS Reader should you use? This Quick Base feature has been tested on the following feed readers:


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