Uploading and update the RSS feed


Attention. You can add up to 100 sources for each site.

To upload the RSS file:

  1. Place the generated RSS feed on your server It must be available via a link, for example, https://example.com/rss-feed.xml.
  2. Allow the Yandex.Webmaster robot to index the RSS feed using the Allow directive in the robots.txt file.
  3. Go to Turbo pages → Data sources in Yandex.Webmaster.
  4. In the Attribution block, choose the RSS for content sites option.
  5. In the field, specify the link to the RSS and click Add. You can add up to 100 YML files.
    Note. The upload and validation take several minutes.
  6. If you use authorization to access the RSS feed, on the Turbo pages → Settings → Access page, enter your username and password.

After uploading, you can turn on the display of Turbo pages and launch the quick RSS feed check. For details, see Managing Turbo pages display.


Attention. When the RSS feed is updated, the source status may change. For example, errors may be detected in the file. Information about it is displayed in Yandex.Webmaster. To receive messages by email, configure notifications.

To update the Turbo page content, make changes to the RSS feed on your site's server. The Yandex robot downloads a file every hour.

Note. The file must be accessible via the HTTP or HTTPS protocol. If a robot could not download it within 10 seconds, the file is considered unavailable. In this case, the Turbo pages → Diagnostics page in Yandex.Webmaster displays an “Upload error”.
To disable automatic RSS feed checking and updating:
  1. In Yandex.Webmaster, go to Turbo pages → Data sources.
  2. Set the radio button next to the desired source to Off. The Turbo page will still be included in the Yandex search. To turn off its display, edit the RSS feed.
  3. To recheck the source manually, click Recheck. The robot will check the correctness of the first 10 elements of the file.

To turn on automatic checking and updating of the RSS feed, set the radio button to On.