Fix problems with feeds not updating
I have one feed that won't update: The Corner from National Review. I have unsubscribed and resubscribed, but still no updates since Monday 4/16/13. All other feeds seem to be updating normally.
Hello, we’d like to address this issue with couple ways to do when one of your feeds is not updating.
There are more scenarios, usually when the feeds it not updating, there might have been a change on the side of the website,blog,news site you follow. Sometimes they change the URL of the feed – you can go to the website and look for the new one.
Here are some tips on adding feeds to your feedly or discovering them on the site: https://feedly.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/187494-how-to-add-news-feeds-to-your-feedly
Sometimes when you see you have the correct RSS feed URL and that the site produces new content, they might have blocked us – in this case, please let us know either through Twitter: https://twitter.com/feedly or the Open Community: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/113648582731838175643
Same... I have lot of feeds that are not updating anymore since one month or more. I discovered this because a website I am following didn't get updates for 15 days. I thought first it was a holiday period but after so long time it smelled fishy. I opened the website and saw hundred posts I've missed !... Since when, I checked a couple of other feeeds that didn't get updated also... same story. And yes, I tried all of these in a different reader.. their feeds are working well, it's a feedly problem.
How do you want people to subscribe your pro solutions when you deceive them like this?
Ivo Hunink commented
Doesn't work here either with http://feeds.feedburner.com/blogspot/amDG
Same problem here.
Either fix this, or I'll find a new service.
Jack Seefeldt commented
I have at least one feed that's not updating: Had Enough Therapy? [http://stuartschneiderman.blogspot.com/]. Today there are five posts since August 10 showing on the blog site but not showing in feedly. I use gReader on my Android tablet with feedly as the data feed, and the recent posts for this blog do appear there. How can feedly be capturing the new posts in its data feed, but not be able to show them through its own website? Seems odd.
Can we get even ONE reply from a feedly staff in this thread? Are they working on this? Have they found out how to fix this? Can they give an estimation as to when everything should be back to running normally? The only thing worst than a software being rendered useless by its issues is being left completely in the dark as a user. Reading from this thread this appears to be a situation that has been lingering for 6 weeks. That it still is not fixed and has not been commented on in any way by the company (unless I missed it somewhere) is unacceptable!
Alex Chan commented
I bet it is a long lasting problem.
There are some web sites providing RSS subscription, but some of them even though I paste the direct xml files, feedly will show there are no sources.
Some of them even though they could recognize the source, but cannot update the source in feedly properly causing missing information.
Previously I got this problem with VR-Zone (English one), an force to use Google News - VR-Zone instead as a temporary solution. And I do send a email to feedly about it. I got no reply, and after about a month I thought, the feed source is corrected and having updates again.
I bet there might be some improper handling of those RSS sources causing cannot recognize the sources or cannot update the sources. It is a big problem since I moved all of current collection from Google Reader due to the closure.
And I never meet this problem when I am using Google Reader since 5 years ago.
Though Feedly gets some not providing RSS subscription sites in the feedly subscription and they work, Feedly should try to keep all those RSS subscription providing sites running correctly for their RSS sources.
Lex Jansen commented
Interestingly enough, http://www.xkcd.com/rss.xml updates for me every day.
Wow, I guess this is a much more widespread problem then I thought. What If? (http://what-if.xkcd.com) hasn't updated correctly in about a month for both my and my wife's accounts, and each of us have a couple of other lesser-known blogs that a aren't updating correctly or only update 3-4 days after the post appears in the feed.
I want to give Feedly the benefit of the doubt here and give them a bit more time to fix this. Scaling a service like this isn't easy, but you have to have the fundamentals in place before you can expect people to upgrade to a Pro account. I'm ready to make a choice for the long haul and put cash in hand, but I can't as long as this problem persists.
Dirk Hennig commented
Still happening with http://www.pvponline.com/feed
At this rate, I might need to look for an alternative to Feedly.
Same problem here. http://www.murthy.com/feed/ has not updated in 35 days. The latest post on this feed was 3 days ago and I have no problem seeing the updates in TheOldReader.
Graham Johnson commented
I'm having problems with no updates on the BBC RSS feeds, just not updating.
Yonny Zafrani commented
I have the same problem. Feeds from Yahoo pipes are not updating on feedly.
Tom Wilson commented
Same thing is happening to me with pvponline. The Feed URL is http://www.pvponline.com/feed, and I can clearly see recent updates in the feed XML, but when I view the feed on Feedly, the most recent update shows as June 30.
Quan Pham commented
Another user of Yahoo pipe here :(, all of my pipes are not updating :(
David Regev commented
http://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.run?_id=cqcgABr_3BGAl3mWJphxuA&_render=rss (Slashdot Full HTML Feed) has also not updated in over a week. It seems Feedly has problems with Yahoo! Pipes.
Deb Morrissey commented
Several of my Yahoo Pipes feeds have not updated for a full week. And I have a lot of those (I use them to filter feeds by keyword).
Clare T commented
This is a big problem, I don't know if it's because I have a lot of feeds, but an unknown number of them are not updating anymore, even popular ones. Is it a server capacity issue?