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Frequently asked questions
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Where is my RSS feed?
You'll find your RSS feed in your Podiant dashboard. When you login to Podiant, select your podcast and look to the right-hand side of the dashboard for a section labelled "About your podcast" (underneath the map of the world). About your podcast You'll find your RSS feed labelled there. Simply click the URL and it will be copied to your clipboard.
What, and where, is my dashboard?
Your Podiant dashboard is the place you manage your podcast. If you have multiple podcasts on one account, each podcast has its own dashboard. Getting to the dashboard From podiant.co, login using the "Login" link in the menu. If you don't see it, and instead you see your avatar and name or username, click "My podcasts". Otherwise, click "Login". You'll now see a list of podcasts. Click the podcast you want to manage, and you'll be taken to your dashboard. We someti
How do I change my podcast artwork?
In order to submit to Apple Podcasts, and to make a splash with your marketing, you'll need vibrant artwork for your podcast. To set your artwork, expand the setting
Can I change the avatar?
The avatar you see in your dashboard is only used internally, and isn't shown to the public. However, if you're seeing a default image and would like to change it, we use Gravatar to obtain an image that's associated with your email address. Go tot he Gravatar website and login with a WordPress.com username and password (or create an account if you don't have one). Click the "Add email address" link and go through the process of registering your email address with
Can I use music in my podcast?
If you'd like to use music in your podcast, you'll need to acquire the rights to this music yourself. There are three main categories of music: commercially licensed music, library music and podcast music. Commercially licensed music -- like chart hits and movie soundtracks -- can be expensive, and there are multiple rights organisations you may have to deal with. It will all depend entirely on your country of origin, and where you expect your listeners to be. You can start by Googling "podcast