[Q&A] How to I add a Google News feed to feedly?

This morning, we received this question from one of our users. I though that the community might be interested in the answer.

  • Please go to http://www.feedly.com/index.html and install the v16 version of feedly.
  •  After restart, open the left panel and click on +add content (at the top)
  • Enter the term you want to search in the search box.
  • Scroll down in the left panel and there should be a link for track <search term> in google news. Click on that link and if you like the results, click on +add to add that feed to your feedly.

If you have usage questions, please email them to care@feedly.com and we will try to answer them

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    1. I thought I’d share a colpue short memories that I think of often. When I think of John I always remember his wit and humor and those eyebrows He was full of life and he and Lorraine were such a wonderful colpue to be around. They were so much fun and made me laugh all the time! I remember one time in particular when I was rather young that my grandparents and your parents drove me and my brother Shayne up to Lake Isabella. On the way up Shayne and I were getting bored, as children often do in long car rides, so John decided to play a game. We were to take turn thinking of lines and phrases that rhymed (which would be the beginning of my understanding of how quick-witted and brilliant John was at rhyming). We were all coming up with some pretty good ones and continued to take turns until it was back to John. His next rhyme was I got gas in my ass! My brother and I laughed so hard, my grandmother did as well, but also slapped John on the leg. I don’t know why that memory is so vivid, but I still laugh about it till this day. We had many good times at Lake Isabella with them. It was always such a special treat to have them there when we were at the same time.I also liked to read his special occasion cards he would send to my grandparents in the mail because they always had a knock-knock joke inside. I still can’t believe he never ran out of knock-knock jokes!My other favorite memory is when my parents and I visited John in Nanaimo about 10 years ago. We had a wonderful visit with him. We toured around Nanaimo, played games, and probably had a few too many drinks the first night because we were so excited to be there! I absolutely loved their deck and the view from their house. It was so nice to see the house completed as the last time I was up there he and Lorraine were in the building stages of their dream home and a dream home it is! It was a special visit and one I will always treasure.John will be missed greatly but I do believe there is quite the party going on in Heaven right now. I wish you all comfort during this difficult time. May all the memories of your dad and mom embrace you and fill you with warmth and love.Love,Stephanie

    2. (Fort Wayne, Indiana) — All across the United States, registered nurses are being saluted. On May 6, 2012, Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. Zeta Eta Chapter is joining the American Nurses Association in celebrating Nurses: Advocating, Leading, Caring, as part of National Nurses Week, which is held May 6-12, every year. The purpose of the week long celebration is to raise awareness of the value of nursing and help educate the public about the role nurses play in meeting the health care needs of the American people.In honor of the dedication, commitment, and tireless effort of the nearly 3.1 million registered nurses nationwide to promote and maintain the health of this nation, the ANA and Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. are proud to recognize registered nurses everywhere for the quality work they provide seven days a week, 365 days a year.Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc., Zeta Eta Chapter, kicked off National Nurses Week on Saturday, May 5, 2012 by hosting a luncheon which celebrated the fashions and programs of First Lady Michelle Obama in the Crown dining room at Kingston Care Center, presenting information on women’s heart health – Go Red for Women, and recognizing nurses in the community for excellence in Advocating, Leading, Caring which exemplify this year’s theme for National Nurses Week. Carmen Moore BSN, RN, community health nurse consultant for Parkview Community Health Improvement, received recognition for Advocating. Phyllis Bragg MSN, FNP, RN, interim director of nursing for MedTech College and Jernice Watson RN, BS, MBA Perioperative Nurse Manager for VA Northern Indiana Health Care System received recognition for Leading. Tamela Guyton, MSN, FNP, RN, nurse practitioner Parkview Physicians Group Auburn, received recognition for Caring.Chi Eta Phi sorority, an organization of professional nurses, advances the nursing profession by fostering high standards of nursing practice and mentoring new nurses. Tracie Jones BSN, RN, December graduate of St. Francis University, currently employed at University Hospital IU Health Systems and Alexandria Lightning BSN, to be graduated May 9 from IPFW, received recognition for Future Leaders.Annually, National Nurses Week begins on May 6, marked as RN Recognition Day, and ends on May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, founder of nursing as a modern profession. Chi Eta Phi Sorority will end National Nurses Week with a private cake and punch reception on Saturday, May 12.

    3. For me this is a relatively easy qsoetiun, but has a pretty complex answer. The specialty I have actually looked forward to working with is OB/GYN. I find that the ability of a woman’s body to produce a child, endure the amount of abuse it takes during a pregnancy, and the amount of pain endured during delivery is amazing. The joy of being able to be present as life enters the world is truly one of the greatest moments in life. To me that would be the best possible option. I also would love working in the operating room with a surgeon. I have experienced the OR quite a few times, and have been on both sides of the table. I have to say I would love to work with any surgeon in the OR except for Orthopedics. The reason behind that is the surgery’s are pretty brutal when it comes to the skeletal system. Having been in the OR with an Orthopedic surgeon and seeing the use of the saws, hammers and other heavy equipment in order to perform the surgery just sends chills up my spine. I know that type of surgery is not for me. I think my favorite surgeries have to be that of the abdominal cavity. The specialties that I would least like to work for are few, and for simple reasons. Pediatrics is not a specialty for me since I have four children of my own. My Aunt is a neonatal nurse practitioner and I followed her in high school and saw the good, the bad, and the ugly so I can honestly say I could not emotionally handle that type of position. Podiatry is also an area I could not see myself working. The reason behind this is pretty silly, but here goes, I very much dislike other peoples feet especially if they are not well kept. I know in the medical field you will encounter feet on a daily basis, but I could not mainly work with feet on an everyday basis. My last specialty is Orthopedics for the reasons I noted above about the barbaric nature of the surgeries and treatments for the musculoskeletal system. Its just not for me.

      1. Prisca, here in Minnesota, somebody had done a poll among MD\’s and a very large nubemr of them would not recommend being a physician to their kids. They cited higher stress loads at work related to malpractice insurance, and increased time having to fight insurance companies for reimbursement for services rendered.At least at a growing nubemr of hospitals, there is at least computerized charting, which takes away that wonderful game of What do you think the doctor wrote here? , as we nurses would battle in vain to decipher poor handwriting. (On that point, I cannot say much, my handwriting is dreadful)There has to be some kind of pay-off for the years of schooling and the amount of debt that some of these doctors must have. My son is looking at 50 grand in student loan debt just with his B.A in Design with a Japanese minor.

    4. about the LPN comment. I just feihsind the LPN program at my local community college, the reason i started here instead of the RN program? I can get done faster and I can also use this to get into a University that has an LPN to BSN program that is faster to get into than the local community college’s RN program, plus I needed to be able to work and make money to help pay for my BSN, and working as an LPN will help me in the long run. Not everyone has the ability to get into an RN program quickly, and not waste time waiting for an acceptance into the program

      1. I love Feedly Mini for adding new content. It’s in the Chrome web store. A tiny ghosted image appears in the right corner of the screen. Just click it for options to subscribe,, share, etc. in Feedley. You will get a chance to see how it appears in the Feedly app before actually adding the feed.

  1. After installing v16 I noticed that the font size changed. Before I was on v15.0.1. With the new size is definitely to big on a nexus 7.

    Any chance for a real user font size adjustment?

  2. When I enter “barack obama” as a search term in Feedly, I see:

    Tracking tools
    “barack obama” on Google News
    “barack obama” on Youtube

    I do NOT see:
    “barack obama” Google search term

    What am I missing?

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