Please, I beg you. Make an app for both Windows Phone and Windows RT/8. Or at the very least, make the web version compatible with IE10.15,999 votes
At the moment we don’t offer feedly for Windows phones. But here are a couple of things that might interest you:
- You can access feedly from NextGen, a Windows Phone and Windows 8 app. See more here: http://www.feedly.com/apps.html
- feedly is available pure web (plugin and extension-free) and can be used on Windows as a result. Try here: http://cloud.feedly.com/
Enable offline reading for all unread items +images in feeds
I catch up on my RSS reading in the metro (spotty at best cell service) and on flights (often no service even available) -- please enable offline reading of unread items, and sync unread/bookmark/etc. on the next connect. The workflow of the MobileRSS app does this very well currently, and allows per-folder caching and selection of whether to cache images or not, on wifi only or any connection. That is a bit overboard, but being able to add an offline cache is the main feature I'll miss moving from my current solution.
PS: Otherwise, great app!
Enable offline reading for all unread items +images in feeds
I catch up on my RSS reading in the metro (spotty at best cell service) and on flights (often no service even available) -- please enable offline reading of unread items, and sync unread/bookmark/etc. on the next connect. The workflow of the MobileRSS app does this very well currently, and allows per-folder caching and selection of whether to cache images or not, on wifi only or any connection. That is a bit overboard, but being able to add an offline cache is the main feature I'll miss moving from my…15,775 votes
The current feedly apps (iOS and Android) do not offer offline article caching.
This is a feature we are looking into.
If you’re looking for offline support, some feedly partner apps support it (eg.Reeder and Newsify on iOS, or Press on Android).
Those apps are powered by the feedly Cloud API and will seamlessly recreate your reading environment (all your feeds are sync’ed from feedly when you login).
To explore the feedly partner apps and their features, visit http://www.feedly.com/apps.html
Google reader has already a feature for automatically translating a feed or a feed category to English (or probably from any language to any other). It would be useful to have this functionality on Feedly.4,392 votes
I subscribed some RSS, which doesn't provide full feed. In Google Reader I need to use some third part addon (Super Full Feeds for Chrome or D7 Google Reader on Android). They use readability mobilizer, instapaper mobilizer or google mobilizer to provide the full feed.
Since opening the web browser to view the content is not nice - slow and I can't focus on the content itself. It would be really nice that Feedly includes this feature.4,059 votes
We let publishers decide whether to showcase their content via a full feed (ie. full text and multimedia content can be read through a reader app) or a partial feed (ie. only showing limited text, inviting readers to browse full-content directly on their website). The choice is entirely in their hands.
More on our viewpoint on partial feeds: http://feedly.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/234759
PLEASE do not impose a 30-day limit on Normandy like Google Reader did. At the very least, allow users to view items older than 30 days on Normandy. People don't want to lose information!3,230 votes
We’d like to share with you how Search works and why the limitation is set on 30 days.
Basically the reason why we have to limit to 30 days for categories is because searching across a large number of feeds takes a long time to return results right now. This also explains why we can remove this limit when you search directly in a feed rather than a category, as that will return search results a lot faster.
You can still see all the older articles as unread in all your Collections/Categories. If you’ll click on the Gear icon on the top right and uncheck “Unread only” you’ll see all the articles, just marked as read.
Improving our search feature is one of our top priorities for feedly Pro, so we’re trying to up this limit soon. Unfortunately we don’t have an ETA to give you on that.
It should allows user to sort contents within folders as google reader3,090 votes
It's how I know I have something waiting for me to read. I don't want to check Feedly blindly throughout the day.2,518 votes
Once feedly transitions to Normandy, why not start working on following/sharing features like the beloved ones old Google Reader used to have? The internet would genuinely poop its pants with joy if this were to happen.2,422 votes
Sharing is an important aspect of the reading experience in feedly.
We are currently designing a new sharing experience to allow you to better share content from your feedly.
ETA Spring 2014.
I use Google Reader for food blogs and I want to be able to search back in previous posts - starred/saved or not to find what I am looking for.
I should be able to use feedly's Search tool for free.2,250 votes
feedly Power Search is part of feedly Pro: it’s Google fast, indexes your entire feed history, includes filters for Search results, and supports operators.
NEW: you can now also Search beyond your feedly to discover relevant content from across the web.
full Power Search is available for pro users – funding from Pro allows us to build a better feedly, continue to invest in the infrastructure and feed innovation.
non-Pro users get access to all of the Search features and filters, but only the top 3 search results are returned.
Video demo: vimeo.com/feedly/powersearch
feedly Pro: https://feedly.com/i/pro
Make Feedly have smooth scrolling instead of page by page scrolling. It makes quickly scanning through articles more natural.
Make Feedly have smooth scrolling instead of page by page scrolling. It makes quickly scanning through articles more natural. The two current scrolling methods seem choppy.2,226 votes
Make an extension for Opera please!1,850 votes
This is under review. we’ll keep you posted on development.
I would like to organize my subscriptions within the categories and to give them an order (not necessarily alphabetical). As far as I know, there is no such possibility in current version. In Google Reader I was used to have them organized in a certain order within the category. I do not know if you have in program to add such feature but it will be great for me :) thanks1,708 votes
Love the tagging on the web version. This feature needs to be on the mobile versions as well.1,544 votes
Make an option to get rid off the annoying "Featured" section, it is absolutely useless. Also, grey font color or the feed names and groups is unreadable, make an option to change it's color or simply make is more contrast1,362 votes
I hate Twitter's timeline concept. I want to read other's Twitter feeds as I read RSS feeds in feedly.1,299 votes
Twitter support is available in feedly for Teams edition right now.
We’re exploring ways how to make this available for Pro community as well.
Create a native app for BlackBerry1,007 votesArthur responded
We are thrilled to let you know that you can now access feedly from gNewsReader on Blackberry (http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/21200129/?countrycode=US) and Symbian (http://store.ovi.com/content/185552).
feedly is also available on a lot of other different apps, please visit our apps page to learn more: http://www.feedly.com/apps.html
I can't find a way to edit a feed's URL.989 votes
Please add a keyboard shortcut (or a toggled option) that acts like 'v', but opens the new tabs in the background!
Also, I love the 'Preview' link. Shortcut for that would be awesome.970 votes
It took me a little time but I'm starting to like Feedly on my Nexus 7. However, Feedly forces me to take an unnecessary step to open an item in my preferred browser (which happens to be Dolphin).
From the "teaser" item, Feedly should open an item using a "preferred browser" option
Alternatively, add an "open in preferred browser" icon to the "teaser" item (the same icon now exists on the expanded item).951 votes
It would be nice to define an special entry that notifies you about feeds that show some pre-defined keyword.910 votes
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