Feedly Digest Debugger

As part of 1.2.241, we pushed out a new version of the recommendation component which powers the feedly digest page. Our goal was to reduce the memory footprint (to be able to run it on the iphone/AppleTV) while increasing the relevance. We have made good progress on the memory front (divided by 5). We have built a debugger to help get your feedback on the relevance side.

Here is what it looks like:

feedly digest debugger

If you have 1.2.241 installed, you can access the debug by clicking on the debug link at the top of the digest page or by navigating to: http://www.feedly.com/home#labs

We created this thread to collect your feedback.

Note: The digest is generated in real-time when you access your feedly (and a 10-minute snapshot is created for consistency). You can refresh that snapshot by going to the digest and clicking on refresh.

Special thanks to Sean McBride who already helped us hammer out a couple of issues related to quicklisted articles.

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