I'm trying to click on the Index link and all I get is a message saying "We are in the process of modernizing the index page. More in two weeks."
Are you saying I can't use the Index for two weeks? Seriously?!7 votes
Hello, sorry for the frustration, the index page will be added back next week.
I upgraded to Pro for the "Search beyond your Feedly" feature. It is a valuable tool to discover content about a subject (journalist may depend on such a tool) and it appears to be more effective than Google Alerts keywords because the sources (feeds within Feedly) are indexed better from a 'readers' perspective.
Would it be possible to save a search result as a feed so that it would be easy to check for updates for a search query?1 vote
Hello, we plan to have something similar, Leo: https://blog.feedly.com/what-is-new-in-leo-0-6/
I would like to organize my subscriptions within the categories and to give them an order (not necessarily alphabetical). As far as I know, there is no such possibility in current version. In Google Reader I was used to have them organized in a certain order within the category. I do not know if you have in program to add such feature but it will be great for me :) thanks1,752 votes
Where did the explore page go? I used it to find new feeds. Bring it back!27 votes
Hello, we’re working on something better for Explore section, stay tuned via blog.feedly.com
When looking for feeds to follow, we should see suggestions based on the feeds we currently follow. Suggested websites, blogs, etc.5 votes
We’ve started to experiment with recommending you related articles: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6crumtxsb6hi2ax/Screenshot%202017-02-13%2011.22.09.png?dl=0
When I make a search beyond my feeds, I get the following error message: "Search failed. Invalid search term."
My search is: "palestina OR israel OR gaza OR cisjordania OR jerusalén OR hamas OR fatah OR netanyahu OR abbas OR abás OR bds" and the settings are: Beyond my feedly, Today, All (matching), Sort by Newest, Embeds Any, Language Mine (Spanish).7 votes
Hello Javier, sorry, we’re working on this as we’re improving the search in general for better performance.
Implement a way to check the validity of feeds (a la Newsblur) to remove old, broken or stale feeds.
I want a way to cull stale feeds, feeds with broken or changed links. Newsblur has this capability currently.16 votes
Hello, this is coming soon: https://blog.feedly.com/organize/
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