Feeds allows you to import data from several different sources. You can then build entire layouts to loop through and display all of that data. Feeds supports CSV, RSS, JSON and Total CMS out of the box. There are also additional data source packs available for purchase.
The Feeds stack can be used an infinite amount of ways. It really is a very generic tool that allows you to take any data and build any layout for any of a millon different use cases. In order to help give you some inspiration for what Feeds can be used for, we built a few different use cases for you.
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