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I am glad to see that there is an answer for BB10 users. I discovered last week that BB10 will not be getting the BB global network service, and so for me the compelling reason for moving to BB10 has gone. I use BB because of its network service terms. I need feedly on BB OS 6. I wonder if http://cloud.feedly.com is part of my answer; I am struggling with it at the moment.
I have just voted for an Opera implementation, at least we'd get it on the BB, although not natively.
I use Blackberry as my work's mobile because it is a global service contract. I can travel from the UK to Europe and even the US and use the data services without taking out a bank loan.
I wish I'd moved to Feedly months ago, the filtering and retiring in the Today filter is great and I am getting back on top of my news feeds. I am not likley to give up the BB because of its service competitive position. I won't be alone.
I think this is the same as http://feedly.uservoice.com/forums/192636-suggestions/suggestions/3750011-implement-a-share-function-generating-an-rss-fe , in that they recommend the creation of a separate and additional tag It has 59 votes.
http://feedly.uservoice.com/forums/192636-suggestions/suggestions/3744618-provide-an-atom-rss-feed-for-each-feedly-tag-used- also requests this feature for multiple and customisable tags. This has 279 votes.
Can the admin's broker a merger of the three suggestions.
This is under review. we’ll keep you posted on development.
This would solve the Blackberry RFE as well. At least I think it would.
Although not natively, but when you see the votes this has vs. poor old BB, I think we know what'll come first.
I have been looking around the user voice site for Feedly looking for this proposal. I support it, particularly in conjunction with a favourites tag. I want to be able to simply i.e. one click an article to place it in a favourites or shared category and so become available as RSS or ATOM.
Twitter support is available in feedly for Teams edition right now.
We’re exploring ways how to make this available for Pro community as well.
Twitter have deprecated their RSS api. See https://dev.twitter.com/blog/api-v1-retirement-final-dates. This suggestion cannot be implemented and it's why some of the supporters are having problems. That's not to say that Feedly couldn't create a json agent to allow Twitter timelines to be consumed as feeds.
I support this. I suggest that you rename the suggestion. You said, "I want to be able to follow other Feedly users, and in turn have them be able to follow me. We would then both see each other's starred post". Feedly doesn't seem to have a favourite or starred category. I get your point.