Search within my feedly
Ability to search for articles within my feeds, categories and just from all my feedly
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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.
Kai Wang commented
The original Google Reader had the search function built in. It is a step back for feedly to not have this feature. I could put up with it if it was technically infeasible. But now it IS available, and feedly is charging $45 a year for that? That makes me plan to step away from it after over four years of usage.
The one thing I liked best about Google Reader was the search function--which was FREE. I sure as heck won't pay for it. I can go to another Reader if it comes down to that.
When I voted for this feature, I meant for FREE !!
I don't think this should be a paid feature, please reconsider.
Mert Yaşar commented
This is a joke, right? Do you really think that we'll pay for this feature?
this is a joke. i cant get my tags to work, i cant view all my saved articles, the oldest ones wont appear, and now you want me to pay to search through my saved articles?
BV Lawson commented
I understand the need for you to make money - I don't like working for free, either! However, Google Reader and many other RSS readers allowed searching for free. I'm sure you could include many other great options for the Pro version, while keeping searches free. $60 a year may not sound like much to you, but to those of us who live on the edge, we just can't afford to pay fees to every single service we use - it all adds up to a lot of money. I bragged about you on my blog and even encouraged others to use your service. Please don't make me regret that.
This is a great feature, need to pay!
It may take more money!
I use inoreader ノシ
NO WAY I'm paying to be able to search my own aggregates! smdh
Nicole Wilson commented
really a disappointment that i can't search my articles anymore. this should definitely be a free feature...
maybe a compromise could be a certain number of "free searches" per month and after that you'd have to pay. similar to how the NY Times monitors its online content.
Mike D. commented
May pay $1 a month for support + search feature, and no more than that... Do not be greedy ...
serkan gurer commented
Bye, bye Feedly!
i only need search from the "advanced features" for 45$?
all others rss readers offer search for free...
Charging for searches..... so bad. Will have to find another rss. Too bad, cause i liked this one, but not to be charged for something that should be free.
Shame on you
Trying to charge users for basic functionality - such as searching content - will only drive us away. And quickly.
5 dollars apps
5 dollars subscriptions
5 dollars streaming services
don"t forget internet is free and you should never pay for it
feedly just removed the pro banner, but now the banner and useless 'search articles' is back AGAIN.
And they even removed the user voice and feedly blog link...