Filters to hide or highlight items – based on keywords and phrases
For example: I want to hide all items containing the word "pope". Now I just need to create a filter and all items with the word "pope" in headline and/or content will be hidden from my news stream. Same for highlighting certain words or phrases.
I just signed up to pro because the pro list of features said it included filters. Now I find it doesn't include any proper filters. Not very happy about this!
Antonio Kowatsch commented
So true. This would be the best feature ever. I really, really need to filter out all the dumb articles about "Trump".
I chose not to renew my Pro membership almost entirely because this feature is lacking.
As a pro user, I'm actually becoming quite frustrated about the lack of this as a feature.
Feedly: This is a high-value enhancement request; please consider it.
In the mean time, check out Feed Rinse: http://www.feedrinse.com/index-old.php
You give it your RSS URL, configure your filters, and they give you a replacement RSS URL to call that is ... rinsed! Use that rinsed URL in Feedly.
The only reason why I don't open Feedly anymore. All sources inject politics of a foreign state into their content which makes them unreadable. I have perfectly enough of local problems!!
Just a few keywords, it has solved even Twitter for me.
Jean T commented
i wanna filter "trump"
Hahaha to the last comment.. surprised as well this isn't a thing :/
How many votes are needed before Feedly decides to implement?
Eric P. Alvaro commented
4 freaking years!!!
This is a popular request since the beginning, why has this such a low priority and gets delayed?
For the time being, I found a Userscript/Chrome extension.
Scroll down to the bottom of this page https://github.com/soufianesakhi/feedly-filtering-and-sorting and follow the links to the Chrome Extension or if you use Firefox, the Userscripts.
How is this still not a thing?
Robin Zlatić commented
This very feature is the only reason why i use 3rd party rss reader over Feedly and gReader.
Won't advertise but yes, there are apps that does support filter-out articles based on keywords. To me this is absolutely essential feature.
Ben C. O. Grimm commented
Search is good (would be nice to be able to store searches in .. RSS feeds), but filter (IN and OUT!) would be excellent!
Andre Bovee-Begun commented
Yes, PLEASE. A simple switch to "mark as read" all posts to a feed or collection until further notice would be immensely helpful. A vacation scheduler even more so.
Johnathan Ward commented
This feature would come in handy. For example, I have to support public forums on a rotation. I added all the feeds to feedly so I can answer new questions. I'd like to be able to mute this collection until I am on call again.
why this is not a feature yet? it would be so easy to implement it!
Andy Shinn commented
I wanted to filter out some stuff from my feed and though to myself "this must the killer feature you get when you pay for Feedly". So, I went to pay for it, and couldn't find this feature listed! Kind of surprising as it is the only feature I would pay for above all the current paid features.
I have a bunch of feeds that I need to hide temporarily while I focus on other things, in order to reduce the amount of noise. Having to remove them would be such a loss and it did take me a while to find these feeds to begin with. Only being able to remove them is a bit like having to sell your house just because you're going on a 2w holiday.
Adam J commented
That would be my "random" example too ;-) The inspiration for my 3 votes for this feature.