Updating podcasts in itunes

The basic idea is that we’re going to create a calendar event using Automator, and we’re going to stick an Apple Script into it which will tell i Tunes it to refresh your podcasts.Your Apple Script should look exactly as you see above.Everything about how your show is listed in the i Tunes podcast directory (and many other podcast directories) is pulled directly from your RSS feed.Here's what you need to know to change the information.We recommend you ask listeners to subscribe so they receive your latest episodes and we also strongly recommend you share your podcast site and the Podbean apps as great options for listeners to access your content.For new submissions to i Tunes: If you have recently submitted your podcast to i Tunes, please visit your Podcasts Connect account to check the submission status and any possible errors*. i Tunes makes it really easy to submit your feed, but you will need an Apple ID to do so (for more on creating an ID, see the answer above). You’ll get a confirmation email that your feed was submitted.i Tunes takes between 24 hours to 14 days to approve a podcast.

Your podcast title, which could be more helpful with a tiny description (such as “the Ramen Noodle – clean-comedy podcast”).The problem to be solved here is that it’s a hassle to remember to tell i Tunes to update your podcasts before you sync your i Pod or i Phone to get the latest shows.The easiest thing to do on i OS is to use a podcatching client like Downcast, which lets you skip i Tunes altogether but if you’ve got an i Pod Nano or Shuffle, you don’t have this option.i Tunes sort of has it’s own little schedule it decides on for updating podcasts, which seems to be related to some time you asked it to do this before.In this very easy tutorial we’ll use some tools that you may not have used before but I assure you it IS quick and easy and reliable.Please note, as Apple states, “If your podcast is approved, you receive an email confirmation indicating your submission review is complete.Your confirmation email also includes the link to your active podcast.Secondly notice that it created a calendar called Automator and it’s On My Mac, not in i Cloud.In my case that’s perfect because I only want to see this here on my Mac, not sprinkled about on my i OS devices where it would just clutter things up.The total number of episodes listed depends on a lot of things.First, make sure you gave i Tunes and podcast directories a podcast-only feed so blog posts don't bump out podcast episodes.