Feeds is the new feature that makes publishing daily news or blog posts easier
Add posts, create content and edit all within the feeds editor
Create sections (tags) for blog posts
Track blog traffic
Easy news, blog or events updates
Create and edit posts in a convenient editor. There is no need to republish pages as changes appear instantly on the website.
Unlimited number of posts
Although all Tilda subscription plans limit the number of pages to 500, you are allowed an unlimited number of posts in a feed. *Technical restriction 5,000 posts per feed
Several news feeds on one website
For example, a school website can feature both a news feed and an events calendar at the same time.
Easy to edit
Simple editing tools included in our editor make posting quick and easy. Use images, video, pull quotes, dividers, intros and headlines to create great posts.
Article editing panel. Applying the Introduction style to the text
Link to a separate longread
You can attach a separate longread or a single Tilda page to Feeds. Just add its published link to the Feeds editor and it will form a new clickable post.
Add link to separate page in Tilda
Image, gallery or video
The image will be displayed below the headline. You can add one image, a gallery of images or a video clip.
A sample post with a photo gallery
SЕО and social networks
A unique page is created for each post and is indexed by search engines. Add a unique header optimised for SEO, a description or a social network badge.
SEO settings in the control panel
Create categories according to themes for convenient navigation across your blog or newsfeed. Each post can belong to a number of categories or have several tags.
A new category in the blocks library
Choose your favourite block design in the News and feeds category in the blocks library. The category contains linear and grid designs with a customisable number of columns.
Use settings to customise the design of each block. You decide how many posts should appear in a row, whether to display a tag or publication date, how many posts to show on a page, or if you want to filter them by date.
Post category on top of the card with the publication date below
Publication date above the header and the Read more button under the post itself
Planning and scheduling
Prepare posts in advance. Simply set a future publication date, and the post will be published automatically. You can configure your events calendar to automatically hide old posts.
AMP and turbo pages
AMP or turbo pages are opened instantly on mobile devices when navigating from search engines.