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    4 comments  ·  Suggestions » Integration with other apps  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    Mobile version actually has "open directly" which i use. Web version needs the same, so only clicking on an article would open it in the new browser tab and mark the article as read all with just one click.

    wroot commented  · 

    This is especially needed as of today pressing Youtube button in the embedded video not just takes to a new tab with youtube page, but the embedded video continues to play. Which is annoying, as you have to go back and close that article in feedly. Probably something broken on Google side.

    wroot commented  · 

    No, pressing on title in browser version opens an ajax popup with an article (in the Feedly) and only the second press on a title (in that popup) opens the original site. Firefox. I think it does the same in Android version (can' test right now), though i never try to hit the title exactly.

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  2. 2 votes
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    3 comments  ·  Suggestions » Visualization / Customization  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    5 years later it is no not showing all old articles after you mark everything as read..

    wroot commented  · 

    Another issues:

    * I'm in All view, i switch to titles view or go to History, suddenly all articles (except for videos) lose thumbnails (magazine view), i have to restart a browser to get them back (all articles are read, so maybe that's the case, but this is unpleasant and inconsistent).

    * Very often Feedly also loses titles, just shows thumbnails and descriptions (magazine view), but no titles. I refresh the tab, titles are back, press on one, shows Loading.. and nothing happens, reload the tab again, the article is gone because marked as read.. going to History, but it is not there yet, it is somewhere in a Limbo.. refresh the tab again.. still not there, restart a browser, now it's in the history finally.. This can get very frustrating coping with such glitches and haunting for accidentally marked as read articles in the process.. This should be more reliable and i shouldn't restart a browser to fix this.

    It is obvious that feedly is struggling when hanging all the day in the open tab, but no other option is provided to keep up with feeds (no unread articles ticker anywhere in the browser GUI)

    wroot commented  · 

    Another visual bug is that if a feedly tab is open all the day it sometimes updates the feeds and then shows correct numbers of new articles near the feed's name, but All stills shows the old number and i have to refresh the tab to make it show the correct number.

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  3. 217 votes
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    21 comments  ·  Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    I guess now with the SEE ALL ARTICLES button it is possible to go back to all read articles. Btw, i prefer an empty view, when no unread articles are there.

  4. 9 votes
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    wroot commented  · 

    There is a button SEE ALL ARTICLES, which shows you all read articles if you don't have any unread in the feed. I for one welcome this design choice. It was the most annoying thing that after you read everything it shows all the old read articles to you. At least now you have a button to still get them back.

  5. 28 votes
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  6. 128 votes
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    8 comments  ·  Suggestions » Mobile  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    After Google have updated Youtube app it is even more needed to have inline videos.. I have to tap even more now with the default non fullscreen mode.. First i tap on a news entry in feedly, then i press Visit the website, then i press on the loading video and choose Youtube, then i press on a loading video and choose Fullscreen.. Would be great to get rid of at least one-two taps within the feedly.

    wroot commented  · 

    Also would be great to have a duration of the video in the main feedly thumbnail. Now it shows it only if you go deeper into article (Magazine view).

    wroot commented  · 

    Another point for having default Youtube app support is when using preloads for subscriptions. I subscribe to a channel and also watch new uploads with Feedly. It automatically preloads latest videos on wifi and then i check for new uploads in feedly and watch them preloaded while on cellular network

    wroot commented  · 

    I would give this 100000+ votes. Current Youtube player is useless, i want to have convenient Youtube app GUI ( showing info and comments in portrait mode, abilities to like, comment, etc.). So when i press on video thumbnail or "Visit the website" link i want it to go to Youtube app. Currently i have to constantly press settings and then go to Youtube link, then a few backs to go back to feeds. Youtube app is useless for keeping with unread stuff, so i can't use it alone for my Youtube subscriptions.

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  7. 114 votes
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    4 comments  ·  Suggestions » Integration with other apps  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    I've read on the blog, that they plan to support IE9 and even IE8.

  8. 4 votes
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  9. 65 votes
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    5 comments  ·  Suggestions » Google Reader Features  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    Aaron, this is arrogance to presume that only your point of view is right. I personally would love to have automatic articles refresh too. It has to be noninteruptive for sure, but in the world of html5 having to press Refresh button is a nonsense. I believe it can be done gracefully without interrupting current open article.

  10. 61 votes
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    4 comments  ·  Suggestions » Visualization / Customization  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    Auto refresh doesn't happen to me, maybe because i have disabled optimisation of featured articles.

  11. 42 votes
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    wroot commented  · 

    Auto refresh doesn't happen to me, maybe because i have disabled optimisation of featured articles.

  12. 179 votes
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    wroot commented  · 

    Auto refresh doesn't happen to me, maybe because i have disabled optimisation of featured articles.

  13. 207 votes
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    8 comments  ·  Suggestions » Visualization / Customization  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    Actually it does automatically checks for new articles. But this is only represented by articles count in the categories and All. The list itself doesn't automatically refresh the content (at least for me in Firefox). Though i see topics here where people complain about automatic refresh and want to get rid of it. Indeed it is hard to fine a soft point for this not to interrupt current reading and still provide current content.

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    wroot commented  · 

    Seems to be fixed now

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  15. 436 votes
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    20 comments  ·  Suggestions » Visualization / Customization  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    Wow, i didn't get notifications about comments on this. So many votes :) But i haven't seen this issue for some time and i hope this is fixed in the cloud version. Will comment if it happens again.

  16. 13 votes
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    3 comments  ·  Suggestions » Visualization / Customization  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    This should get more attention and generate some votes as currently Feedly only updates manually.

    wroot commented  · 

    The fact that i have to manually refresh defies the whole reason of having a news reader. It should update/refresh automatically.

  17. 9 votes
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    4 comments  ·  Suggestions » Visualization / Customization  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    Not relevant anymore after the release of cloud version.

    wroot commented  · 

    Actually the last time it updated i remember it showed a toolbar on top of my feeds page about the new version. Still, the best way would be to update via Firefox built-in service, and i don't even need notifications. Maybe Mozilla's checking is taking too long (i thought it should be automated)? Of course the ultimate better version for this would be to make web version :) I have also subscribed to feedly blog to keep up with updates.

  18. 78 votes
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    10 comments  ·  Suggestions » Organizing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    wroot commented  · 

    This looks to be fixed in the cloud version now.

    wroot commented  · 

    This works fine at work and at home it logs out if my last tab wasn't Feedly. Same Firefox version and almost identical add-ons. Wonder what's the problem.

    wroot commented  · 

    I'm using Feedly in Firefox as a pinned tab, and it is ok if my last tab is Feedly when i close the browser. When i launch it, it logs in automatically. But if i close my browser with some other tab focused, next time in feedly tab it will open http://www.feedly.com/index.html#required instead of http://www.feedly.com/home#latest Really annoying.

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    wroot commented  · 

    Firefox didn't show unread count in the toolbar icon and now it looks they have actually removed toolbar icon, so we are left with the favicon option. Also, less buttons in the toolbar.

    wroot commented  · 

    Showing just a small number on top of feedly icon would be awesome, as i have feedly tab pinned, there is not much space for this, but i have actually pinned it and made my first page just because there is no other option to stay "on top" of the things..

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