Feedly Search: A Tool For Tracking Hot Topics

Today we pushed out a new version of the feedly explore page. The purpose of the explore page is to help you better search through your feedly and track topics.

Here is what the explore page looks like when you explore the keyword iphone:

Feedly Explore Page

The first column shows you search results from twitter as well as interesting conversations from friendfeed.

The second column shows you the search results from the sources you subscribe to in feedly (favorites on top and non-favorites at the bottom).

The third column shows you the search results from the New York Times, Google News and Google Blog Search.

The fourth column shows you the best results from Youtube, Flickr and Delicious.

We hope that this new iteration of the explore feature will help you better track emerging and hot topics. It is also example of how the “real-time” web and “traditional content” can be weaved to provide users with rich and effective tracking dashboard.

Looking forward to your suggestions on how to improve the concept. More in this area in the next four weeks!

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8 thoughts on “Feedly Search: A Tool For Tracking Hot Topics”

  1. Is there any other way to access it in medium mode than using ‘ g e’ shortcut?

    I mean accessing ‘expose’ cause explore I can access using search in the top bar :)

  2. I noticed a typo in your blog post above – see :
    “The first column shows you search results from twitter was well as interesting conversations from friendfeed.”

    It should read “…as well as…” (and not “…was well as…”) – shouldn’t it?

  3. This is really amazing. I’m starting to use it over google for certain topics seriously. lots of potential.

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