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You can easily embed a community feed into your website or mobile app using RSS, API or Iframe widgets. The feeds can be generated based on community topics so for example if you want users to interact under a product page, you can just show the feed of content related to that product and also let your users post content directly from your website. 

Using RSS

The easiest way is to use RSS widgets on your website. Most CMS and blog platforms have built in RSS support. To embed latest or most popular questions regarding a particular topic you can follow these steps:

  1. Go to Home and click on Topics in the sidebar.
  2. Pick a topic from the list.
  3. Click on the orange RSS icon in the filter toolbar.
  4. Use the RSS feed url in your favorite RSS reader widget on your website.

Our current solution before releasing RSS: Meanwhile, the easiest way is to go to any topic that you want to generate the RSS feed for, add `/feed` to the beginning and `/questions` or `/answers` to the end. Here is an example:

If we want to generate a feed for all the questions for Buy/Sell/Trade, first we go to the topic which has this url:

Then we add `/feed` right after `.ca` and `/questions` to the end which results in:

Using Tribe API

If you need more freedom or want to customize the look of the widget, you can always use Tribe API. Simply, send an AJAX request to and you'll get a list of questions related to the query in JSON format.

Alternatively, you can use the search API endpoint located at which will return relevant questions, topics and users.

Please note, you need to change community.tribe.so215 with your own community subdomain/domain.

Using Tribe Iframe widget

For certain Customers, Tribe provides an inline HTML iframe widget according. This widget is custom made for each Customer based on their branding guidelines. If your Company is interested in an Iframe widget, please contact us at info@tribe.so34.

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