Community articleGetting data from an individual blog
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Use the Atom subscription API to retrieve resources from a specific blog.



Use the Atom subscription API to retrieve resources from a specific blog.
Getting a feed of recent posts for a blog
Get a feed that lists all of the posts in a specific blog from most recent to oldest.

Getting a feed that contains a person's default blog
Get a feed that contains the default blog of a specific user. You can retrieve all of the posts in the blog, or search for particular posts.

Getting a feed of the comments added to a blog
Get a feed that lists the comments added to the posts in a single blog.

Getting a feed of the media link entries of a blog
Get a feed that lists the media files that have been uploaded to a blog.

Getting a list of the tags assigned to a specific blog
Get a category document that lists the tags that have been assigned to all of the posts in an individual blog.

Flagging blog content
Using the Atom Publishing Protocol, also known as AtomPub, you can flag content as inappropriate so that the site administrator can take care of it.