Allow adding RSS feeds directly by URL
You should add an option to add RSS feeds by URL, and not just by browsing your feed selection. What if I want to subscribe to my owns feeds?
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This is my question thanks from friends
please add this feature! i want check my site in https://intex-site.com
does not detect my rss automatically https://www.kloof.es , I have to put the url of the feed directly
Would you Kindly explain the process using some screen shots? http://doomansoltani.com
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Ram A commented
Need this feature
Paul Barnfather commented
I cannot add a feed that I want. The URL is there, the XML feed is there, but feedly says "Sorry. No feed found. Please try searching for another url, title or #topic.". Other RSS readers can add this feed without problems.
An example URL that doesn't work is: https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/search/rss?keyword=&ds_created%5Bmin%5D=&ds_created%5Bmax%5D=&ss_language=en-gb&sm_information_type=&sm_policy_area=60&sort_by=ds_created&sort_order=DESC&results_per_page=10
It would be easier to allow adding feeds by URL, instead of the over-complicated "search" box that doesn't always work.
Maximilian Machedon commented
For Chrome users these two extensions might help:
The generic RSS detection one here, with the URL that was mentioned previously:
URL would be: http://www.feedly.com/home#subscription/feed/%s
Or use this one customized for Feedly: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/feedly-subscribe-button/gbbnddjfcllebfcnihfgmdplgaiejepc
Really need either this, or the ability to edit RSS feed URLs on current items.
I have a situation where the RSS URL pointed to by a website's code is NOT the correct RSS feed, but I have the direct URL to the correct RSS feed... but I have no way to enter it! Whenever I type in the correct RSS URL, it searches the site and finds the "incorrect" RSS feed and forces me to add that one.
Extremely frustrating for something that should be so simple.
I agree with the previous users. Please make it simple to add url content. The +Add Content function is not bringing up what I want. I don't always want to see the entire feed.
Yeah, same here. Very cumbersome... please add this feature!
Niluge kiwi commented
On the web cloud version you can add feed urls as well as website urls (feed autodetected), and some keywords for search.
Chris Cuellar commented
Please add this functionality! The "+Add Content" is extremely inconsistent in its ability to detect feeds.
Giovanni DiMatteo commented
This would be an important improvement. For my job, I would like to follow certain categories in various persons' blogs, not their whole blog (which includes things irrelevant to my interests).
CONNOR JOHN commented
Ha ha ha... I like it...:D...
You can add feed URLs, but the method seems verbose and non-intuituive
Open a new tab, and enter "http://www.feedly.com/home#subscription/feed/[URL OF FEED]"
(for example "http://www.feedly.com/home#subscription/feed/http://feeds.feedburner.com/f1fanatic"
That opens the feed in feedly, at which point you can click "+Add", next to the title at the top of the page, to save it as one of your feeds.
For many feeds this isn't necessary, as a search will find it, but if you use a service like FeedEnlarger.com to get full text articles, then I can't see an easier way of adding them to feedly.
I would hope this could be addressed in a future update, as it should be relatively straight forward - All the components are there, it just needs to be baked into the UI so that's it's easier.
Craig Blaszczyk commented
This annoys me on a weekly basis, and shouldn't be that hard to fix. Come on Feedly, sort it out!
Kristian Serrano commented
Currently in the Android app, you cannot paste a long feed URL copied from elsewhere. This is particularly useful for blogs that generate feeds for specific tags, categories, or labels, or sites that generally have long URLs.