How to Aggregate From Blogger to Drupal

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Aggregating from Blogger to Drupal may not be difficult, but it can be time consuming. Find out how to properly aggregate from Blogger to Drupal with help from the co-founder of Gaslamp Media in this free video clip.

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Hi, this is Thai Yin with Gaslamp Media. In this episode, we're going to show you how to how to aggregate content from Blogger into your Drupal website. For this demonstration, you'll need the latest version of Drupal, Drupal Seven, which you can get at To aggregate content from Blogger, you'll need the Aggregator module, which actually comes with Drupal Seven. To get there, simply go to the model section of your website, find the Aggregator module, click the check box for Enabled and then, scroll down and hit Save. After the page refreshes, you can configure the module. To get there, go to Configuration, Services and then, Feed Aggregator. From here, you can add your first feed. To get a feed, simply find the RSS address. In this case, we're going to be using the Google Blog, which is at On the page, you can find the link for the RSS feed, which is right here in the right column. Click on that and I'll take you to the feed page. From here, if you want to copy the address from the address bar and then, go back to your configuration page. Give the feed a title and then, paste the URL into the URL feed. After you hit Save, it will take you back to the feeds page. From here, you want to hit Update Items to pull in the latest feeds. And finally, to see the results, click on the name and the feed, under the title column. And it'll take you to the page with all the latest items shown. Today, we learned how to aggregate content from Blogger into your Drupal website, I hope you found this useful. Again, this Thai Yin with Gaslamp Media, thanks for watching.


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