Standard Q Posts RSS Feed
The standard RSS feed includes the last 20 Q drops. Use the URL below to add to your RSS reader app of choice. For mobile device users, especially iOS users, we suggest a RSS reader that also provides push notifications so that you can get a alert when Q drops.
Feed URL: https://qalerts.app/data/rss/posts.rss
Full RSS Feed with ALL Q Drops
The full feed has ALL Q posts in it. Using the full feed is not suggested or encouraged as it takes considerably more time for your RSS reader to download and parse the file, not to mention consumes more of our server resources. Also keep in mind battery usage and bandwidth on mobile devices. We suggest using the standard feed (above) that will query the last 20 posts, therefore alerting you of new drops. Then use our web page to read past posts in a much easier to view and digest fashion.
Full Feed URL: https://qalerts.app/data/rss/posts-all.rss
qresearch Tripcode RSS
8kun is now publishing a RSS feed that will populate as Q drops. This is an imperative redundancy that everyone should use and pass along in case all other methods are deplatformed by the enemies of The People. Just add the link to your favorite RSS reader.
Feed URL: https://8kun.top/qresearch/tripcode.xml
Did You Know?
Not only can you install a RSS feed reader on your mobile device in order to be notificed of and read Q posts, many other apps and technologies support this as well. For example, the Mozilla Thunderbird email client has an RSS reader. Here is a link on how to subscribe to RSS feeds in Thunderbird.
iPhone, iPad, iOS Users Q Post Alerts/Notifications
For those not aware, Apple pulled, based on a hit piece and pressure from MSNBC, all Q apps from the Apple App Store. Read more here.
Sadly, iOS users can not even have web browser based notifications like every other platform can (Linux, Windows, Android, Mac) because iOS does not support them. Note: The browser based notifications are available by visiting the website and tapping the bell icon that is displayed on the bottom-right after the page loads.
iOS (and any other users) can now install a RSS feed reader app on their devices and then add our RSS feed (see links above) to their RSS feed reader app. It is important to be sure to chose an app that also can provide notifications when new posts are posted. We suggest, if you have the option, to have the reader check every 5 minutes or so and provide an alert/push notification upon the detection of a new post.