New Iteration of the Explore Page

As part of 2.x.157, we pushed out a new iteration of the “Best Sources” search results page. The goal is to make it easier for you to find the best sources …a) for a topic, …b) shared by a twitter user or …c) given the sites you have recently visited.

Here is what the search result looks like when you explore a topic like “innovation”:

Sample Explore Page - Innovation

Here is what the search result looks like when you search for what @timoreilly shares on Twitter:

Exploring @timoreilly Tweetroll


Finally is you search for the keyword .bookmarks, feedly will generate a summary of the sites you have bookmarked/recently visited which include feeds you can subscribe to. Here is what mine looks like:


Exploring your bookmarks and history


All this is available now as part of 2.x.157:  Get feedly for Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari. Have a great week end!

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