So we're trying to make use of the AutoBlog plugin without much success. Here is what happens!
We've launched an App for Android and iOS from which people can take a photo, add a text and hit send with an option to authenticate with twitter, facebook or to be anonymous. Every accepted entry from this App is then pushed to a RSS-feed. We purchased the AutoBlog plugin so that entries from the App is inserted to the website under /app (and tagged with app). So basically, the entire idea is based upon AutoBlog fetching the entries from the feed and creating posts for each entry.
Now, for the problem(s)...
It skips posts. We currently have about 50 entries of which only 29 has been posted to the website. When running the feed processor or tester, it doesn't even search for entries that haven't been added. It simply checks the most recent post - if it exists, stop... Now, for some reason it can even say it has added 'the latest post' without it having been added to WP. As you might have figured out, the problem is some contributions are lost even though they are in the feed and we can't have that.
Here is the feed we've set up AutoBlog to use:
What can we do to make sure it doesn't skip any entries from the feed? The process/test procedure shouldn't just simply check if the last entry has been added as a post (which also fails), it should check for guids not already added and with a fallback on title or something of sorts.
Thanks in advance,