Drupal 8 version

Drupal 8 version work is just started and the branch should be considered very experimental for now.

Drupal 7 Version


Social Feed module provides the user to fetch the data from their respective Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram profiles and then display them accordingly as per their requirement using the Drupal block system.

This module is easy and simple to install and use if the project page description or the README.txt file is followed correctly.

This module is highly recommended for the both developers & non-developers since the default layout of the blocks are plain and in simple text hence if you're aware of working with CSS then this module will work for you like a charm.


  • PHP 5.4 and above.
  • PHP Curl Extension


The Social Feed module is very similar to other Drupal modules. Hence, for installation of the Social Feed module please follow the below-mentioned steps:

  • Install as usual, see https://www.drupal.org/node/1294804 for further information.
  • Now, in your sites/all/modules/contrib directory download the Social Feed module.
  • Enable the Social Feed module.


This module has menu or modifiable settings. There is configuration link for this which you can access at admin/config/services/socialfeed.

When enabled and configured properly, this module will display the Social Feed form at admin/config/services/socialfeed, after this step you can use the blocks from Drupal system to show the feeds from their respective services.

For uninstalling the module:

  • Disable the Social Feed module.
  • Uninstall the Social Feed module.
  • Clear Caches.
  • Social Parsers for Feeds
    • Only for D6
    • Doesn't provide Instagram
    • It aggregate public feeds from popular Social Networking/Affiliate Networks sites directly into custom created nodes and views.
  • TB Social Feed
    • It will retrieve public RSS feeds or request the API and creates a node for each item.
    • Doesn't provide blocks

Drupal 6 Version


This module aggregates data from Twitter, Youtube, Foursquare, and Facebook and creates a block for your site. It integrates with Drupal's cron system to simplify the data retrieval process.


  • Facebook requires you to create an application to retrieve an access token. Go to http://www.facebook.com/developers/ and create an application with the default settings.
  • With Twitter, you need to place either the Twitter ID or Twitter User Name.
  • Youtube requires a username so once you retrieve that you are ready.
  • Foursquare has a different authentication process. It requires you to specify an access token. To retrieve this, you must create an application at https://foursquare.com/oauth/.

This module also creates a block for easy inclusion in your site.

There are currently no modules that combine all of these APIs. But there are few that do them individually. They include but are not limited to:


  • Social Feed D6 is originally written & maintained by BPI.
  • Social Feed D7 is originally written & maintained by Hemangi Gokhale.

Project Information