GlobalFeed takes all of your social feeds, blog activity and rss feeds and easily brings it together into a single global feed.
If GlobalFeed doesn't already include support for your social network of choice then please submit a feature request using the bug icon in the top right-hand corner of the GlobalFeed administration page. If your a plugin developer, consider checking out the documentation at: (globalfeed.michaelblouin.ca).
We handle feature requests on a popularity basis. The most demanded feature is the one that will be implemented the soonest.
In the meantime, many social networks allow you to access content via an RSS feed, and the builtin "MB RSS" feed in GlobalFeed can handle just that. The MB RSS feed can also handle as many RSS sources as you like.
If GlobalFeed is not working on your site please check to ensure that your server can access the social media sites you are trying to configure.
For example, in order to use Facebook Connect, your server must be able to talk to https://graph.facebook.com/
If your server can talk to the external servers and the setup wizards are working fine but still nothing appears, check that the "Enable feeds in the WordPress loop" button is checked if you are trying to display your feeds along with your blogs content, or that the shortcode is properly formed. If you are using the widget, ensure that you have selected at least one feed to be shown, and that the feed has content to display. ie, if you are trying to setup Facebook, have you posted anything on Facebook?
Additionally, please note that GlobalFeed requires a minimum of PHP 5.2.
If the site still does not work, please either submit a bug report if you know what is happening, or go to the support page at http://globalfeed.michaelblouin.ca/
New content should show up on your site within 10 minutes of post it by default. There are however some configuration options for choosing how long it takes.
If the content is taking much more time than the configured update interval, check that your WordPress installation and your server have the correct time and timezone information. You can also try setting the "Override post date/time if the time is in the future" option in the feed that is giving you difficulties.
If the content does not show up at all, please check the help for "Help! Nothing is Happening!" and/or submit a bug report.
We know! This is just the first release of GlobalFeed, but we've built it to be seriously configurable and do not at all believe in a "one size fits all" plugin, its just that you cannot currently set everything in the plugins' admin. Because of that, we're working really hard on getting the admin pages more up to par and configurable while still keeping the plugin easy to use. We're also focusing on adding more feeds.
But thank you! If in the future you do find that GlobalFeed has developed into a good plugin please rate us on the WordPress plugins page!