Search within my feedly
Ability to search for articles within my feeds, categories and just from all my feedly
let me search content from my feeds
A simple searching tool for your articles, for searching an old article or something like that, not to find new feeds. Something like the search box on Google Reader
Until recently I regularly used the "search in my feeds" functionality. I would, for instance do quick searches on clients I work for to stay up to date. It was a very valuable feature for me.
However, now it is gone.
My suggestion is to simply bring it back. It can be a secondary way of searching, but it should be there.
Google Reader allowed me to search all feeds for keywords. Without that feature, Feedly is useless to me.
Add a search function that allows users to search within the feeds they have already subscribed to (within a single feed or group of feeds). For example, in Google Reader I often would search within my "Cooking Blogs" folder for recipes by typing in an ingredient. "Sweet potato" would give me a bunch of sweet potato recipes from my favorite blogs.
I need to view Saved for later items from one or more subscriptions, not for all. Also need to search in Saved for later.
really!? there is no possibility to find a story in my subscriptions...
When use the search tool only brings results from the Web and new subscriptions...
Please include a SEARCH Option
Search within your feeds is a feedly Pro feature.
Here is an overview of how Search in feedly works:
To access Search and other productivity features, consider supporting feedly via feedly Pro:
Mike H commented
Does anyone know if there is a website I can use to search RSS feeds for content keywords? (feedly pro only supports currently subscribed feeds search capability)... I used to use this on Google Reader to find new feeds that discuss detailed topics.
now i expected to pay that high amount for a standard search function? nope. uninstalling.
...off to get another quality reader with search for free or a reasonable $5 or less for LIFETIME full functions. jeez, just be happy with all the $$ you get from your tracking/adwords/etc.
Rebecca Bittner commented
I use the search feature to look for articles on specific topics within specific collections regularly, which means that on Friday, I did so. On SUNDAY, when I logged in, I was suddenly forced to ONLY search within ALL, instead of within a collection. This is super annoying. Why did it change?
Peter Krutz commented
Need to be able to search only unread items. Otherwise, search is useless to me. Very frustrating, defeats the whole point of the search feature.
Gesso Bos commented
IK GEBRUIK uw PRACHTIGE RSS Nieuws-app Feedly.
De rss feeds bijv. www.telegraaf.nl/rss en http://feeds.nos.nl/nosnieuwsalgemeen en http://www.ad.nl/rss.xml
Ik zou heel graag, via open webpage directly, in plaats van de bovenstaande url/rss, de mobiele website krijgen, dus resp. m.telegraaf.nl en m.nos.nl en m.ad.nl.
Reden: visueler fraaier en ook qua leesbaarheid.
Het vreemde is dat als ik 2x klik op een logo van NOS of AD of Telegraaf ik wel de m.ad,nl etc krijg?
Kunt u mij helpen?
Now I can search but only if I'm a pro user?
I can't believe that you can't search....just can't believe...off to find another reader...
Devon Garber commented
I am considering switching to another reader.
Filipa Baptista commented
This is outrageous! Arthur (co-founder and designer of feedly), you said "Enabling searching within your feedly is a very difficult thing to do. But we definitely understand the value of such a feature so we will be working hard on that one to make sure we can add it to feedly" on JUn 3!
Then, when this feature is ready ...OH OH, I'M SORRY BUT THIS IS ONLY HAPPENING WITH FEEDLY PRO!! Article Search in Feedly should NOT be a Premium Paid feature!!!! Shame on you!
End User commented
Article Search in Feedly should NOT be a Premium Paid feature!!!!!
Nothing happens at all when I try to search. I would think full-text search is an essential feature - google reader could do it. If it's not a free feature in feedly then I'll try to find another reader with this feature.
When I search in a category then, the search is only made against unread items . Old google reader searched in all the posts !!!!
I really need Feedly to have the option for full-text search, I think searching only titles is a very limited feature, not valuable for me. If not I won't renew my PRO subscription
I really need Feedly to have the option for full-text search, I think searching only titles is a very limited feature, not valuable for me
Matthew Herron commented
Search is a pro feature? Time to find a new reader.
This should be a FREE feature. Google Reader was free and provided its users a lot of advanced features (if you would even call 'searching' advanced - I personally wouldn't) for zero cost and I'm sure they made sufficient money through AD exposure/revenue. I really enjoy your service, but personally I think your Pro model is doomed for failure. I'd prefer to take my 'content' to another provider with a different revenue model, than pay $50 a year for a service I see little +1 value in.
Mike Liveright commented
Note: This seems to be similar to the less popular suggestion, http://feedly.uservoice.com/forums/192636-suggestions/suggestions/4268388-search-within-my-feedly-free-of-charge- , If they were combined, then the total vote would be 17,119 + 604 = 17,723, increasing its popularity.
Mike Liveright commented
1) Since this is implemented in the PRO version, the status should be changed from PLANNED to DONE (as a PRO FEATURE)
2) As I have already paid to help support FEEDLY via the PRO path, I am comfortable having this in the PRO version, though I have suggested that any BUG fixes be put in the FREE version and in a reasonable time the FREE version get any PRO features.
3) Since it does take money to support the servers and the development staff, I wonder if we could have a discussion of the costs of FEEDLY development, and the per user costs for internet connections, servers, and maintenance. and then suggestions as to how we as users can pay to ensure that the service and the further development is paid for.
Some companies have decided that ADs, Nagware..., are sufficient for the free users, This may be so, but I suspect that the company does not think that this is sufficient.