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mikewrfc
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I use Google alerts to manage and filter news feeds by way of RSS. I really want to use Prosepoint to present these 'news clips' in an easily digestable way.   The readability of Prosepoint is excellent.

One thing that is holding me  back is that when passed through the Prosepoint feed aggregator the feeds simply have the title of the feed as it was added to the Prosepoint site instead of the original publication.   Is there a configuration option to change this?

Also what is the best way to reorder stories or promote to a frontpage stories that have been added by the aggragator?

 

beng
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Hi,

It depends on what you're using to process the feeds (from other websites).

> Is there a configuration option to change this?

If you're using the built-in aggregator module, then I don't think there is such an option. The built-in aggregator is a simple straightforward module and it's results are separate from the node system so it's not easy to integrate them together.

You could try the Feeds API and related modules, which can turn rss feed items into nodes. Then you can promote them to front page and do other things. However, the Feeds API (and other similar modules) are a totally different kettle of fish entirely and have lots of possible permutations ... probably too much to address here.