how to uninstall feedly?

Note: If you are looking at un-installing feedly because of the “mini” toolbar, there is a preference knob called “Mini Toolbar” which allows you to control where feedly mini should appear and turn it off altogether.

Steps to un-install feedly (updated on Jan 7th, 2009)

1. Go to firefox > preferences | options > applications, find the Web feed entry, click on application details and remove feedly.

2. Go to the firefox menu > tools > add-ons > extensions, locate feedly and click on the associated Uninstall button.

3. Restart the browser.

That is it. You are done.

If you have the time and decided to un-install feedly for a specific reason, please open an ticket so that we can try to address the issue going forward.

Thank you for taking the time to try feedly!

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12 thoughts on “how to uninstall feedly?”

  1. How do I get rid of the feedly icon in the toolbar? Sounds like you’ve made it so you can’t. If that’s the case, I’m going to uninstall feedly, it’s driving me crazy. No other site does that as far as I know. None.

  2. I too have the mini feedly showing in every browser and when pages are printed. I’d like to disable that feature. Can you please tell me how to do so?

  3. Trying to get rid of the feedly mini in chrome. Preferences settings make no difference and neither does being logged in or out. I hate it. I like feedly but not this. It needs to go!!!

  4. Feedly in chrome is really intrusive. There is no way to uninstall it and it opens itself on browser start-up without that option being chosen by the user, and with no way to turn it off. Malware. Time to find another reader.

  5. This is insanity. No way to uninstall and no way to turn off??? I really like Chrome but am absolutely going to stop using it as of tonight.

    Fix this – you need to give people a choice whether to use this or not.

  6. So, that’s it for me and feedly. Without questions it installs a toolbar and windows warned me it’ s also running when chrome isn’t. I can’t understand why they would make this move.

  7. As far as I’m concerned only malware installs itself as intrusively as Feedly does. No way to uninstall? I want out.

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