Have you recently migrated your show from Spotify for Podcasters (Formerly Anchor) to RSS.com? Great! Now make sure directories and listeners can find you at your new home at RSS.com by placing a redirect on your Spotify for account.
Important: Do not place a redirect until your podcast is fully migrated to your new feed at RSS.com. To learn how to import your feed, read our article "How do I import my podcast from a different hosting provider?"
Redirects work like mail forwarding; They send anyone accessing your old podcast feed URL to your new feed URL. A redirect will also update all the podcast directories you distribute to, so you don't have to reach out to each one individually. We suggest keeping a redirect active for at least 45 days to make sure directories and listeners have time to be updated with your new address. (You cannot set up a redirect through the Spotify for Podcasters mobile app).
Where do I place the Redirect?
1. Go to your "Spotify for Podcasters" account on the web.
2. Click "Update Settings" from the top right drop down menu.
3. Scroll down and click the "Redirect your podcast" option.
4. Add your new podcast feed URL and click the button "Redirect."
That's it! Now your listeners and podcast directories will be automatically redirected to your podcast's home at RSS.com
Testing your redirect
If you want to check your redirect to make sure it's working properly, copy your Spotify for Podcasters feed URL, and paste in a new tab of your browser. If the address automatically brings you to your RSS.com feed address, then it's working properly!
How to find your Spotify for Podcasters (formerly Anchor) feed URL
Removing your redirect
Once enough time has passed for directories and listeners to redirect to your new feed address, you can cancel any subscriptions still active on Spotify for Podcasters and delete the redirect. To delete, simply remove the feed URL from the "Redirect" field.