I see in here that many people have asked for no articles to be displayed once they've all been marked read, but I rather enjoyed it beforehand -- if I wanted to reread a post or marked something read accidentally, I could just refresh that feed and bam! All the articles there for my perusal once more.
As such, can we please make it an option to return that functionality? Cause right now, it's suddenly become an obnoxious hassle for me to both a) keep my feeds organized and b) reread older content.217 votes
Hi, thank you for your feedback, we’re working on improving the view so you’ll be able to see read articles again. It is coming in a week or two.
Only having access to Pro features from the Web browser is lame.1 vote
Hi Andy, we’ll be adding this in 2-3 months.
Ads that appear as articles in a feed are "fake news"!
While I don't mind seeing ads, I'm very much angered ads are presented as articles in my feeds. The ads as articles aren't even pertinent to the feeds, of course.
So -- make the article ad lines stand out -- as to be obvious and distinct from the real feed articles and not fake news.1 vote
Hi Bill, sorry to hear this, do you have an example?
Seems that Feedly doesn't work anymore with the new Press This
"The WordPress bookmarklet was deprecated. Please delete it from your web browser."
how about making it work again ?1 vote
Hi Thomas, sorry, we’re working on this, we’ve been using this plugin and it was deprecated so we’re looking into ways how to bring WordPress sharing back again.
I want to use premium because of the Google Alert system, but before I pay for a whole year I would like to try it out first. Is there a way to do that?
Hello Pablo, we plan to allow trial in Pro, right now you can just subscribe to Pro and we’ll refund you if you won’t be satisfied.
I currently have a New York Times article up on feedly, and the "related story" suggestion is from the Daily Stormer, a Neo-Nazi website. Feedly should not be promoting hate, particularly to those who aren't looking for it. I'm not asking for censorship, but there is a narrow set of hate groups that a responsible service should not promote.41 votes
Google login is no longer working on ios. Google no longer support the way authentication is done in the iOS app.1 vote
Hello Jan, do you mean in feedly app or in Reeder which has this issue and which needs to fix this on their side?
Waiting on a tech support response via Twitter. How about posting your expected turnaround times?1 vote
Hi Jeff, what was the issue about?
Bug - Web page hangs with a clock cursor when all messages marked as read; no "All Caught Up" without refresh13 votes
Hello, we’re very sorry, this is a recent issue we’ve experienced, we’re working on it and it’ll be fixed this week. Right now if you’ll untick the “Unread only” it’ll work.
The global 'Mark as read' image won't load in Chrome/Windows 10. The image location it is trying to load appears to be: https://s3.feedly.com/production/head/images/icon-action-markasread.png, which is indeed a 404. Not sure if it is a caching issue on my end but it has been this way for a month or so. Attaching a screenshot.4 votes
When looking for feeds to follow, we should see suggestions based on the feeds we currently follow. Suggested websites, blogs, etc.5 votes
We’ve started to experiment with recommending you related articles: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6crumtxsb6hi2ax/Screenshot%202017-02-13%2011.22.09.png?dl=0
When I make a search beyond my feeds, I get the following error message: "Search failed. Invalid search term."
My search is: "palestina OR israel OR gaza OR cisjordania OR jerusalén OR hamas OR fatah OR netanyahu OR abbas OR abás OR bds" and the settings are: Beyond my feedly, Today, All (matching), Sort by Newest, Embeds Any, Language Mine (Spanish).7 votes
Hello Javier, sorry, we’re working on this as we’re improving the search in general for better performance.
This will help in accessing content which does not have RSS feeds. And it will have Feedly more relevant with changing times.15 votes
Fox News main news page pulls science section rather than news section4 votes
Thank you, we’ll fix this.
I'm not saying the current design is bad (it's part of the reason why I'm still using it) but I would like to see the Material Design elements implemented in things like the ripple effect when selecting something on the sidebar.230 votes
Arthur, our designer, recently published a blog post about his explorations for material design in feedly.
Don’t hesitate to leave any comments and/or feedback in the comments, or reaching out directly to Arthur on twitter: @abrodo
This is a bug that we have fixed and that Apple is reviewing. To bypass the problem please read this post: http://blog.feedly.com/2013/07/09/over-capacity-ios-bug-update-and-workaround/
Allow us to read twitter posts in feedly. It sounds as though twitter has changed things up, so this feature no longer works... but it's up to feedly to figure the problem out and get this working again. It would be great if they could!27 votes
Now, when opening a news link, Feedly seems always append utm_source=feedly to the URL. Some news web sites reject this and I must always remove it from the URL in order to open the page. What is "utm_source=feedly" used for? Is there any settings in Feedly that remove it?317 votes
If the problem is still occurring can you please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the feeds for which that happens and a short description of what happens.
The way Flipboard has implemented Twitter is that it grabs the content in the tweet and displays it - so rather than a user having to click a link to read an article or view an image, it simply gets the article content or image and displays it, with any text of the tweet acting as a caption.
It would be great if I could integrate my Twitter account into Feedly the same way, and have full images or articles displayed alongside my RSS images and articles.17 votes
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