When I'm trying to determine what feeds I'd like to decmmit, I'd like to know how many articles have come in from a feed, how many I've read, how many I've shared, Etc. That way I could decide to pause/decommit the feed that seems to be very low interest to me.
I imagine that I'd, pause a feed that the ratio of Shared/Presented was much lower than the average, and thus reducing the noise level, i. e. amount of time in viewing the generally less interesting reeds.1 vote
Hello Mike, our Organize feature should help you with that: https://blog.feedly.com/organize-sources/
From a Google Reader ex-user: I frequently share feed articles via email. I don't see that option anywhere on the Chrome plug-in of Feedly (although it works great on the iOS version that I also use). Should be trivial to add to Chrome? Thx.1,533 votes
Sharing via email was implemented in feedly.
You can now also define which email client you would like to use (Gmail or native client) via the preference page (http://feedly.com/i/preferences)
Stop characterizing articles as "humorous" or "satirical." Readers can -- should -- make that decision for themselves. Please.
Stop characterizing articles as "humorous" or "satirical." Readers can -- should -- make that decision for themselves. Please. It's destructive to the article to characterize it in advance that way (90% of what's called "humorous" doesn't work; the characterization makes it worse).1 vote
Hi Russ, those are some of your sources articles. Humorous.jpg is from “The Front Row” you follow. and the other one jokes.jpg is from “New Desks”. What they post is not in our power.
Used to be that when I clicked on a line item, it would open the story below and no scrolling would occur. Now it auto-scrolls so the headline is at the top of the screen. This makes cycling through line items a lot slower (click on item, auto-scroll happens, manually scroll to see next item, click...etc). It'd be great if this were an optional feature please.48 votes
Hello, we’ve just fixed/improved this and pushed a new version. Please reload your feedly and let us know if this is better. Thank you
Hello, I don't know who to contact. I was under the impression that I was unsubscribed from this service, but I recieved a charge today on my paypal account for another year of service. I did not request this and do not want to subsribe for another year. Please provide me a refund for this charge.1 vote
Hello Evan, I’m reaching out to you directly.
When I use the keyboard to navigate the desktop page, I use the R key to refresh. However, when refreshing, the article I'm currently reading (before the refresh) is marked as read, but only after refreshing. This means that the recently read article will still appear in the list of articles, but marked as read. This is particularly confusing when hitting R after the last article, which will trigger a new list only with that article marked as read, instead of a message that all articles are read (this is in the "All" view, but should apply to other views as well).
When I use the keyboard to navigate the desktop page, I use the R key to refresh. However, when refreshing, the article I'm currently reading (before the refresh) is marked as read, but only after refreshing. This means that the recently read article will still appear in the list of articles, but marked as read. This is particularly confusing when hitting R after the last article, which will trigger a new list only with that article marked as read, instead of a message that all articles are read (this is in the "All" view, but should apply to other views…0 votes
I need to be able to search saved articles at later dates. Google reader had a search function where I could search by keyword or even exact phrase for specific articles I had saved. It's very handy when you have a tonne of saved articles and you're looking for one in particular.16 votes
You can now search in the Save for Later in the Power Search: https://feedly.com/i/search/
Personally, I do not have enough options automatically mark "read" while scrolling news (like the ones in Reeder, and it's very convenient)884 votes
Tags and articles saved under tags in google reader won't show up in Feedly. Would be great if they did!927 votes
We have started to upgrade feedly from the Google Reader backend to a new feedly backend. As part of this upgrade, we will automatically copy ALL your feeds, your category/folder structure and up to 250 starred items.
Based on popular request, we are going to try to migrate the articles you read in the past and assigned tags to. This way all the gems you have collected in the past will not be lost for ever when Google Reader goes offline in July.
But we need your help regarding migrating your tagged articles. We need you to go to your feedly preferences and enter the list of tags you have been using to archive old articles. We will try to migrate 100 articles per tag.
—> see blog post for more details: http://blog.feedly.com/2013/04/24/migrating-your-tags-from-google-reader-to-feedly/
Allow users to Search in their Saved Items60 votes
Developer API like: : https://code.google.com/p/pyrfeed/wiki/GoogleReaderAPI
So we can develop applications around it.222 votes
Please visit http://www.feedly.com/apps.html to see all the apps using our API.
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