Full date and time
I'd like to be able to see full publishing date and time (as Google Reader does)
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Agree. If a read a news article that a tornado will hit my hometown hours 20 to 30 hours from now. I would like to know exactly when this article was published instead of 1d.
Also, this is duplicate with: https://feedly.uservoice.com/forums/192636-suggestions/suggestions/3765296-show-publish-time-date-for-feeds-more-than-1day-ol
Which also gets some votes. Can these be merged?
You can install the following Greasemoney script that will replace the relative time with full publishing/received date and time.
Feedly LastModified Tweak for Greasemonkey
This is essential. I see that you can hover and see it, but that is not the same thing. ALSO -- How far back can I go in a feed. On one of my feeds, I can go keep scrolling to the bottom and it pulls in older feeds, but only for about 6 weeks, then I get a large "mark as read" link. Can't I go back further?
Brian J commented
If you hover over the relative time now, you do see a full published/received date and time. Unfortunately, it's in GMT and there's no time zone setting in prefs yet, so....
Marc Knaup commented
+1 as relative time and date is pretty useless most of the time.
Like "hey, this starred article is from 285 days ago! Wait a second, have to calculate something…"
When this option does get implemented (because it's essential to some people) I'd love to have an option for YYYY/MM/DD
John Wright commented
Another forceful expressed vote in favor of dates!
I also would like to have that option. Gives me more of a control about my news... Thanks
I agree as well. Just seeing how many days old is too imprecise. I end up having to read through many posts just to find out which ones I haven't read yet. I would like to see date and time.
I was really hoping this was one of those updates that had already been implemented when I saw the date stamp on the original comment.
I would really like the option of seeing the original article dates, rather than the estimate of time since now time-reference. That feature is one of the things I continue to be the least excited about on other sites.
Feedly Guest Tester commented
If you want to keep the relative time display, that's fine, but at least give us the OPTION of switching to full date and time.
it realy dificult to understand on a first look when i see 11h, 2 h, 1 day...
ohhh..google reader..will miss u..
John Schultz commented
Yes please, I find the "number of days" since posting to be too vague and imprecise. Full date and time, just like Google Reader has now.
Chasis Fan commented
totally agree, i don't like the unaccurate relative time for "newbies" like facebook and feedly do :(
Please, display concrete date and time (in user timezone)
Why would you not include the date?
Neal Meister commented
Agreed. I can't trust relative time ("9 mins ago") since I don't know the last time it was refreshed. Much better to show the absolute time ("11:52am"). See -- even this comment system shows the absolute time!! It's an industry standard. :)
totally agree. Calendar date/time is essential.
I would also like a facility to delete content older than a specified date.
Corey Uhden commented
Seconded. It's far more preferable to have an exact timestamp
I would have thought it was obvious that a calendar date is needed. When searching through older feed items Google Reader’s "25 Nov 2008" is informative, whereas Feedly's "1,727d" is completely unhelpful.
松 吴 commented
We need to know when the article was posted.