Search for the site’s name (as opposed to the URL)
- If you search for a site’s URL (e.g. http://www.interviewmagazine.com/) we might return: “No feeds found”
- Try to remove http:// and .com and simply search for the website’s name (e.g. interviewmagazine)
- We should be able to find the site’s feed or even all the feeds the site has if there are multiple ones
If you have the feeds’ URL ( ending in .xml as opposed to site’s URL)
Here are 3 ways to find and add the feed:
- Paste the feed’s URL into the discover search box available upon clicking on the Add Content button at the bottom of the left sidebar or directly here: https://feedly.com/i/discover/sources
- Type the feed’s URL in your browser you should see “Follow to this feed using feedly” and a “Follow now” button. Clicking this will open the feed in feedly.
If the previous methods didn’t work
Then you will have to find the site’s feed.
- You can look for the RSS button on the site’s page. Copy paste this .xml URL in feedly search (see above).
- Pro tip: try adding /feed, /feeds or /rss at the end of the site’s URL. That will either return a 404 page (fail) or the feed itself (success!). Once you have found the feed’s URL (and see above).
If none of these methods work please don’t hesitate to contact us back with the feed’s URL and we can try to find the feeds you are missing together. And if one of these methods work please let us know which one was successful!
Feedly subscribe button
We have also created a super simple way to add sites to your feedly by clicking a feedly button directly from the sites you like. If the site you like has this button it would cost you one click to add it to your feedly!