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Your config/feedamic.php file must have some defaults set.

These will automatically be used for each of your feeds, unless you explicitly override them in a feed's configuration

Default options

These options are more generic in nature, and can help simplify your actual feed configuration as you may have common patterns in these options that apply to all of your feeds.


An array of field handles for Feedamic to use to find the content to use as the introduction.

1'summary' => [
2 'introduction',
3 'meta_description'

Feedamic will look for a matching field in the order they appear - so in the above example, Feedamic will look for the introduction first, and if not found, will try the meta_description next.


Allows for an image to be injected as part of the summary for readers that support image previews.

The fields behave like summary - a cascading list of image fields to look at.

You can specify the width and height too to use for the image generation. If omitted, will fall back to be 1280 x 720.

1'image' => [
2 'fields' => [
3 'hero',
4 'meta_og_image'
5 ],
6 'width' => 1280,
7 'height' => 720

In this example, Feedamic will try to find the hero field, and if not found, will try the meta_og_image next.

You can disable image support by setting this to false.

1'image' => false,


Prior to v2.2, only Users were supported as authors. v2.2 allows any Statamic content that is available as a DataCollection to be used, including Collections, Taxonomies and Users.

Sets the lookup of an author field.

Set to false to disable looking for author details.

1'author' => false,

If used,

  • handle defines the field handle to the author in your Entry

  • email, when true, will output the <email> for atom feeds

  • name, a pattern to use to build the name output

For name, each handle is in square brackets, and is used to concatenate fields if you are using or want to customise the name output. For example, [name_first] [name_last] would pick name_first and name_last from the matching item.

In this default example, Feedamic will look for the author field in the Entry, output the <email> element in an Atom feed, and set the author's name as the matching object's name property.

1'author' => [
2 'handle' => 'author',
4 'email' => true,
6 'name' => '[name]',

A string to output to the <copyright> (RSS) or <rights> (Atom) feed.

Set to false to exclude this element.


Marks the feed as being in a specific language.

As Atom, using xml:lang, can use more language definitions than the RSS specification, refer to the RSS specification for suitable codes:


Support for limit has been added in v2.2.

By default, this is set to null, meaning your feed will contain all Entries for the configured feed.

You can set this to an integer to limit the number of Entries included. These will be sorted by their published date.

In this example, the first 10 Entries will be included:

1'limit' => 10


Support for locales has been added in v2.2.3.

This is for use with multi-site to help filter different locales to different feeds (or to include/exclude).

By default, when set to null, all locales will be included in your feeds.

You can set this to be an array of your configured locales (aka site key values in your config/statamic/sites.php file) to use as the default for all feeds:

1'locales' => ['en', 'de']

To use the current locale only, set it to the special string value of current:

1'locales' => 'current'

model New

Support for updating the feed entry model was added in v2.4.0.

This allows you to define your own FeedEntry model if you need to override what it can do.

By default, this is Feedamic's own model, but you can set it to your own model too:

1'model' => \MityDigital\Feedamic\Models\FeedEntry::class

When you create your own FeedEntry model, you will need to implement the FeedamicEntry interface:

1class FeedEntry implements \MityDigital\Feedamic\Contracts\FeedamicEntry
3 // ...

You will need to implement each of the interface's methods. View the interface details for more information.

Overriding for a feed

You can add any of these keys to your individual feed configuration sets too. This means you can use defaults across all of your site, and then override specific keys for specific feed as needed.