No limits on unread/old items
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!
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C Feed commented
certainly agree. need the ability to keep and see older feeds! I actually went to subscribe to pro version till I realized it did not include this ability :-(
I would also upgrade to Pro if this cap was removed entirely and guaranteed to be kept away forever. I would probably switch to a lifetime account even.
Mohammed AlQuraishi commented
I would immediately upgrade to Pro if this is made a feature.
Jose Miguel Bolivar commented
I am already a Pro user and it would be really important to me to have this 30 days time limit removed. Thanks for listening!
Luiz Gustavo Rocha Soares commented
Please include this feature, it would be a deal braker for the pro account.
Exactly. They *MUST* always keep old items.
Newsblur has this feature - unlimited feeds! I just converted to their premium users, costs a couple of bucks per month. Since Feedly is not taking this seriously (no response here or anywhere else), and Newsblur has an unlimited history (and they seem to be nice guys too), it seems like an obvious choice.
This is a deal breaker. Without the ability to keep items as unread Feedly is of no use to me.
I also agree please remove this limit. It doesn't make sense even. Infact, allow people to delete read information and keep relevant information doesn't matter how old it is.
Kelvin Hanratty commented
It's really annoying that Feedly only loads the 10 most recent articles, despite showing ALL of them when you're either searching or add a new feed! I want the option to add everything, or at least have some control over it. The fact that there's no official answer to this thread isn't impressive at all!
No limits please.
I just signed up for a blog that goes back 4 years. I can see the data in the XML file but feedly truncates. Arg.
Is there another reader that does not have this flaw so I can read this content?
The best RSS reader ever was Apple Mail when it supported rss. That was the best, no limits!
No limits!!!! The rss data is on the servers of the sites you follow, not on feedly. I never agreed/understood why goolge reader had this limit and I dont think you should limit that too.
Chris Carlin commented
Here's an example of a feed that shows the behavior: http://skeptoid.com/podcast.xml
Chris Carlin commented
Super important especially for feeds where I intend to go back and read all of the articles from the beginning.
This is the post with the most votes that I can find which encompases the idea of seeing older items: http://feedly.uservoice.com/forums/192636-suggestions/suggestions/3744822-search-in-read-and-saved-articles
Alex Chan commented
I have more than 500 feeds source and I need time to deal with.
Sometimes I got things which caused me no time to keep up with the feeds and they are gone away.
I use RSS is to avoid missing information, and 30 days limits will cause missing information.
Pradip Shrestha commented
Agree. It should be unlimited.
I agree. I travel a lot and sometimes have to take a break from my feeds for over a month. I try to keep up, but it doesn't always happen. When I do come back to them though I don't want to have to visit each site individually to catch up. Please add this feature.
Tim Saylor commented
Also relevant when adding a new feed and marking old articles unread so they're queued for later reading.