Create a feedly login option to access without google/facebook/twitter account
Hello, the feedly login is now fully functional and ready for everyone.
Seems like feedly just realized they are 'now' (after Google Reader's death) the best option available and it is trying to build a monopoly. Not working. I'm jumping to another boat since I would never use the same password for two different sites, not to mention linking anything to a social network. People's getting smarter and more aware of security, don't treat us as dumb. Adiós, feedly.
Add me to the list of logout and can't log back in with email. If I have to re-add all my blogs I'll find another app. Funny I can add this comment with my email address, though.
Can't access my old feeds anymore since email login has been abandoned. No way I'm going to re-subscribe to all those feeds once more. For security reasons, I use different logons for every internet service and I'm certainly not going to link everything to my social media accounts.
Feedly was a great reader as long as it lasted.
I have feedly on my phone because I was able to log in with email before. It's frustrating that I can't log in from the desktop because you don't have the email log in option. Why do you all assume that people want their whole lives connected to every single social network? Please add the email option like other social networks do.
Today I realized that my poor account doesn't work anymore because is not linked with google, facebook and all that fashionable world. A shame.
It is essential to provide alternative means to sign on to Feedly. Most people do not wish to compromise their Google signon by having it as a signon for multiple sites across the web.
You should have a unique signon for Feedly. Presently it is not sufficiently secure and this is a deal breaker
Yeah. Love the interface but removing from all of my devices because of this crap.
After almost a year, there's still no email login. This is not because it's easy to login with other accounts, it's because they data mine this way. I have paid the $30/yr for Feedbin (which is great by the way). They protect identity and you can sign up with any email you want. Plus, they have a commitment to privacy. I'll pay a few bucks a year for that.
What a shame, Feedly. At least make a paid model for email logins to compete.
Damed feedly! I lost my rss feeds as I cant log in after cleaning the browser cache.
bring it back! anyway after exporting my subs I'm not going to use ur service anymore.
ive never heard of an online service that intentionally wanted to lose users.
It's not good to login with only google,facebook, twitter and MS. Bring back username/password login function!! I can't access my account after cleaning up browser cache!!
Please create regular username/password login only for Feedly. Maybe thousands of people are happy with the "convenience" of tapping on a familiar icon and authenticate with the social accounts they already have. But a good share of your users are demanding the ability to keep their social profiles unlinked... or not having social networking accounts at all... please!
Won't use feedly because of the google, Twitter, Facebook login crap. I don't want all of this tied together!
Alex Perrier commented
Not being able to login without using FB, Google or twitter (and renouncing my privacy at the same time) won't do.
It's too bad, Feedly looked promising
Sean Shepherd commented
I *completely* agree! I forgot which service I used to login to feedly with and cleared my browser cache so I have to re-login and I don't know which one to use >.< Why can't Feedly offer it's own login? I don't like mixing social media site logins anyway unless it's with openID =)
Like to use it but won't with the social media login options. Get back to a Feedly account login
Like to use it but won't with the social media login options. Get back to a Feedly account login.
Francesco Rivola commented
standard google login is ok but i don't want google+. i'll change my reader.
I deleted google account because I thought I could login else. There were the transition. But I lost everything.