From Google Reader to the Feedly Cloud: Summary of the last 100 days

It has been almost 100 days since Google announced the retirement of Google Reader. Millions of Google Reader users migrated to feedly and helped us make feedly a better product. A better platform. Here is a quick summary of the evolution we went through.

1) We delivered a one-click migration tool which allows users to migrated their feeds, categories, starred items and tags from Google Reader to the feedly cloud. It is available now. It is open to all. Proof:

2) We added a Google Reader-like title only view option for people who like to crunch through a lot of information very fast. You can assign it to a single feed or globally in the preferences. Proof:

3) We added a pure web access to feedly. You can point any browser to and load your feedly. Including IE and Opera.

4) We added a lot of hardware to make sure that we can crawl all the feeds the feedly community reads everyday (~25M feeds) and load your feedly very very fast. We believe in speed and will continue to add more hardware as the community grows.

5) We integrated with IFTTT so that you can easily automate your workflows and share content with evernote, tumblr, pocket, readability and all the other services the IFTTT service brilliantly supports. Proof: feedly IFTTT channel

6) We designed an open API to the feedly cloud worked with app developers to give you more client choices: Reeder, Newsify, NextGen Reader, gReader, Sprout Social … A lot more are coming. Proof: feedly cloud apps

7) We improved the set of keyboard shortcuts supported by feedly. Proof: keyboard shortcut help

8) We created a feedly button to help publishers increase the loyalty of their readers. Proof: button factory.

9) We fixed lots of bugs and simplified the user experience.

Now that the migration is complete and we own the entire stack, we should be able to iterate even faster and deliver the roadmap you helped us shape.

The next 10 days are special: A lot of undecided Google Reader users are looking for a home. A lot of them might not know that feedly has evolved. A lot of them might not know that feedly is offering one-click migration Please help us spread the word by sharing this post on your favorite social networks (you can use the buttons below) – and grow the feedly community!

Note: If you have questions regarding the migration, you can email us at

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624 thoughts on “From Google Reader to the Feedly Cloud: Summary of the last 100 days”

  1. in one sentence : you did an amazing job.

    Now Feedly miss only one feature to be my perfect reader : the offline access from Android app, but gReader offers it, so I’m set.

    By the way, when I migrated, I did not lose my history nor my saved items, so that is even better.

    Thank you guys.

    1. Absolutely agree. Fantastic job. Integration with 3rd party apps already is very impressive, and shows Feedly aren’t just good at the tech side of things – they really understand their users.

              1. You guys are awesome. Can we donate or are you thinking about a premium service? You earned it!

    2. First post nails it — except I don’t even need offline access. :)

      Feedly has faced this “challenge” as “opportunity” and succeeded brilliantly. Far from a dark day for Google Reader users, this has been a vast improvement.


        1. Definitely wouldn’t mind giving a contribution to a service I use so often.

            1. A lot of people would prefer to pay you, rather than use a free service, so that you have a sustainable business model and we don’t have to worry about you going away!

    3. My history is not saved, as far as I can see.
      The only items older than 24 days are those things I starred (which is something I seldom did).

      1. in tendevo dire sul propro bloggers messo a disposizione gratuiamente da google..con g reader si poteva fare..grazie vingaribbo

    4. +1 amazing job till now. I am just happy that Google Reader close now, because I believe we all find a better alternative and we know you have a strong focus on this,

    5. ………………….c’è la possibilità di mandare gli arti coli sul proprio blog di google? è essenziale per me……………..vingaribbo

    6. +1 about the great job
      +1 also for the offline access (cache mode like “feed me”)

      1. just left gReader for FeedMe as gReader had a bug after an update and I did not wanted to wait, I am definitely better off with FeedMe

    7. I must be doing something wrong. When I click on the one-click migration link:, I get logged in to Feedly from my Google account but to a blank screen that says: There are no articles in this section refresh. Clicking on refresh does nothing. I emailed the address above days ago but have heard nothing back. Can someone help? Please?

    8. Hola, estoy totalmente de acuerdo. en el movil utilizo gReader para leer el tecto en voz alta. Asi que es una de las cosas que esta faltando

  2. As mentioned by some of us in your last post, cloud feedly isn’t allowing Opera users to login. It hangs on OAuth.

    Am I missing it, or is there no way to have all feeds sort oldest to newest? I only see it as a per-feed setting, which is completely impractical.

      1. The problem is that while it sticks for the “All” view, it doesn’t carry over into an individual blog. Each of one of those needs to be set, unlike in Google Reader, which has a true global setting for this.

    1. I’m on Opera 12.15 and have logged in without a hitch. Although I’ve had Opera pretend to be an IE for Google for a couple of years now. :)

      1. To fix the blank page in IE 9 this worked for me: Hit F-12, click Browser Mode in the toolbar and select Internet Explorer 9. Then select Document Mode next to it and select Internet Explorer 9 standards.

  3. The new Feedly is the most amazing gift, Google Reader gave us after its death. Better, Faster and Smarter user experience with wonderful support.

  4. Great job, Feedly staff.

    I’ve seen Feedly growing since two years now. From a simple UI over Google Reader to a whole and evolving service. It’s easy to see how fast this will grow to an even better service than GR. Google let Reader starve to death. Now I hope Feedly take its place and keep this service up for good.

    Congratulations for your hard work, but please don’t fall asleep now and keep on evolving.

  5. Great. Better than GReader (which had stagnated), and I expect it to get better. The only thing more would be export OPML, but I can wait. Though I would like a way to recover the original subscription link, and undo “mark all read”, maybe something like a trash can or “recently marked read” where I can undo it.

    (And while GReader still is there, back-syncing so it will remove read articles).

    But in any case, Feedly has done a stellar job in filling the gap. It will probably become a major player like facebook or twitter.

      1. Awesome guys! Those are the 2 features I miss at the moment, but great to see feedly improve so rapidly!

      2. Oh two suggestions though:

        1) Clicking on the number of unread items next to a category should bring up a confirmaton dialog/warning. Nothing worse than losing hundreds of unread items when clicking a few pixels too far to the right. I have activated the “Confirm Mark As Read” setting, but there is no such dialog.

        2) If “Categories With No Updates” is set to “hide” the category list should hide a category without manual reloading immediately after the user has read the last item.

      3. Excellent – I can’t wait to build something with it. Great job, marvellous achievement. What a great team.

  6. Incredible work. Not only did you deliver on the promises that you made you did it in such an amazing and effortless way for the end user that it really was the easiest transition from Google Reader.

  7. Everything’s working great on the web, but how about the Kindle Fire app update? A new one was supposed to be rolled out on the 18th, according to a former blog comment, but so far we’re still stuck on the 2 year old version and the syncing isn’t working between web and app :(

    1. I’m wondering about the same thing, and getting a little nervous. Since Feedly still isn’t working with Internet Explorer (at least, I can’t get it to load at work – it just goes to a blank screen) the Kindle is my best bet of keeping up with my news and blog posts while I’m at work. I’m worried that I’m going to lose that if the Kindle app isn’t updated soon.

      1. Yeah, I use Feedly on my Kindle Fire, Opera Next Browser and via NextGen Reader on my Windows Phone. None of these have been updated yet, so there’s really no way for me to move to the Feedly cloud right now.

        1. Also, Is there any way I can get a re-import from Google Reader, I changed some stuff up and it hasn’t been reflected on the new feedly

          1. Never mind, I’ve already done it manually, Also Opera Next extension and NextGen Reader for Windows Phone have been updated. Still waiting on Kindle Fire app. Syncing on NextGen is at leas 5 times faster with feedly cloud. One more thing: Has the unread items indicator badge and the ability to save any page for later with feedly mini been removed from the Opera extension?

            1. I just successfully updated Feedly on my Kindle Fire. It took me about 20 minutes, and I had never done this kind of thing before. I got some tips from a PC Magazine article, but had to use a different app than they recommended:

              Here’s how I load Feedly v16.0.530 onto my Kindle Fire!
              You must have an Android phone with a MicroSD card installed, even a small one.
              On your phone, go to the Market and download ES File Explorer File Manager (it’s free).
              Click the menu on the upper-left corner and click Settings.
              Click “Backup settings”; note the current locations, which should be like “/sdcard/”. Escape back to the main app screen.
              Click the menu on the upper-left corner and expand “Tools”; select “App Manager”.
              Locate the Feedly icon; click and hold to get the context menu at the bottom – select Backup.
              Exit the application.
              Attach the phone to your PC using a USB cable; allow it to go into Mass Storage mode.
              On the disk which opens on your PC, open the “backups” folder, and then the “apps” folder that.
              You should see the Feedly backup file, like “feedly_16.0.530.apk”. Copy onto your PC; it’s about 7 MB.
              Disconnect your phone from the PC.
              On your Kindle, go to the Amazon Appstore and search for “Easy Installer” (it’s free – by “INFOLIFE LLC”); install it.
              Plug your Kindle into your PC using a USB cable.
              When the Kindle drive appears on your PC, move the above APK file into the Download folder.
              Disconnect the Kindle from the PC.
              Uninstall the existing Feedly app from your Kindle.
              On the top settings menu, select “More” and scroll down to find “Device”; select it.
              Scroll down to “Allow Installation of Applications (From Unknown Sources)” – turn it on; confirm at the warning.
              Open the “Easy Installer” app; it will list APK files it finds, and you should see the Feedly APK file; click on the right to checkmark this one, and click “Install Selected Apps”.
              Open Feedly and login; verify you are now running the latest version you backed up from your phone earlier.

      2. Sadly this is what is keeping my friend from signing up. Now he’s eying Digg’s new reader (I am a little also since I used to use their site all the time).

    2. Good news! The Kindle Fire app is now updated to version 16! All you need to do is to delete the current app on your device and on the cloud, and then select Feedly in the app store and download it again, then log in. It syncs with the Feedly cloud now!

        1. Oh gee whiz…I just manually updated it using a contorted procedure (posted above) and now I see this! Oh well… :o)

  8. Glad you added the title-only view, the lack of one was a deal breaker for me when I tried feedly previously. I just couldn’t stand the other views, they seemed too cluttered. Everything looks perfect now, and it’s fast like google reader was. You guys did a great job, thanks!

  9. Great stuff – especially the backend and front end web work. It’s just as smooth as if you took forever to make these things amazing. So thanks, wonderful news… but a few things:

    1) fix the login (logout, login, logout, login, logout, login) issues on android
    2) fix the fact that there is no offline mode on android
    3) add alerts for terms, allow the terms to be captured from select sources or from all my feedly managed sources.

    1. GReader, the android app, has filters. You can add different terms as in a search and give that search a tag or name. Everytime new items fit those filters they will show up under their tags.

      Very usefull if you have lots of feeds and need to be aware of a particular issue among all your feeds.

      I hope this still works on GReader with feedly cloud. And also hope Feedly adds this feature on its own app.

  10. And you guys did a fantastic job. You’ve done what I though was going to be impossible — not only do I not miss Google Reader, I think what you’ve got here now is a massive improvement. Keep up the good work! (PS — RSS is not dead! Long live RSS!)

  11. I chose feedly before the close of Goolge Reader is announced, and I certainly made a good choice!! Well done!
    PS: an off topic reply. Could you fixed the issue with tags? Recently it’s become blank below tagging in preference, and I cannot delete my tags now. Thanks in advance

      1. I too am having a problem with tags. Tags previously created, are now not showing up. Also how can you delete or edit unused/unwanted tags? Also would like to have the option to tag articles in iPad app.

  12. You have a ‘next’ button to jump to the next category/feed, but that’s not how GReader worked. In GReader, there was a next button that would let you move to the next post within the SAME feed. It was awesome. That’s how I used GReader, and that’s how I want to use Feedly. Please make it happen! It’s a really basic feature.

    1. j and k keys let you go to the next and previous items. You can configure those on your mouse as I did.

  13. Please make a UI icon in Chrome so I can see an unread item count!! Please <3

  14. “Now Feedly miss only one feature to be my perfect reader”

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  15. Who needs Google Reader when we have you?!!

    If I may add to a wish list? A “Mark older then this as read”

      1. It doesn’t matter if you prefer it. Greader is dead and you need to go somewhere

    1. “Mark previous as read” is a must. Or even better they’d fix the “mark as read on scroll” for all views. Currently only works for full article view.

  16. Feedly has made me happy Google Reader is being retired. Otherwise, I may never have known about this outstanding service. Thanks.

  17. I agree with one of the above posters – the lack of a title only view was a deal breaker for me when I tried out the app around the time of the Google announcement. Checking the app out again today, I was pleasantly surprised by the interface. My only gripes:
    1) In both the web and the Android app, there is no way to “mark read to here”. This was a feature introduced by Google in their Reader Android app, and could be incorporated into the web app using a Chrome extension, but I would *love* if it could be added to feedly. Basically, the idea is if you long press an article or somehow select it, you could simply click on a link that would mark all of the articles to that point read, but the remaining articles unread. This is extremely useful when dealing with lots of feeds and brief amounts of time to read them (new parent!)

    2) The “scroll” display on the Android app feels most natural to me of the three provided… but I’m not sure why we cannot get the app to do a regular/continuous scroll? Maybe it will grow on me, but I find the “end of page” jump really jarring.

    In any case, you all have done an excellent job! Thanks for all of your hard work!

  18. Tried multiple times to import my feeds from google reader, failed every time – my feedly feeds remain empty. Wondering what’s so great about this service – I guess I’ll never find out.

      1. Thanks for your illuminating comment. Praising your own product but blaming the user when it doesn’t work…where did you learn that from, Microsoft?

        1. My product? What product? And yes, “you’re doing it wrong”. In fact, is so simply to import your feeds (you have 2 choices, man…), that I dont understand how you miss…

          1. Digg reader worked perfectly first time. Feedly failed after multiple attempts using both methods on three different browsers, and has a lot of the functionality people are asking for on this thread.

            1. Dig reader his fine to. It has de basic.

              Feedly failed? What can I say…

              … you’re doing it wrong, Peterson

  19. Really awesome job, Feedly. Really pleased and have recommended on Twitter. Just so much nicer than Google Reader. The one thing I hope you develop in the future is tagging on mobile. I’d love to be able to use the Feedly app on the go, but I can’t because of that. So for now, I’m using Greader while out and about. Thanks again!

    1. Tags is my issue. If I want to find an article in a stream of feeds I want to be able to locate it again.

    2. Greader is my prefered app in android for rss. It has some great features that feedly lacks. Feedly is visually better but Greader is way better on usability and stability. I also use tags on the go to keep my feeds neat. I think I’m still gonna use Greader for a loooong time.

  20. I’m a recent convert to feedly, but I now like it after initial doubts.
    What stops me loving it? Well the ability to import OPML is good, but the ability to export and archive subscriptions as OPML is sorely missing.
    Please get on this guys, it’s been requested many times via the feedback site. Keep up the good work though.

  21. The feature I really would like to see is the ability to tag or have I missed it. I sure would love to have my multiple tags come through before July 1. Feed Daemon had some nice features but is dying with gReader

  22. 做的很好,但是为什么还不支持中文呢?中国用户也很多的。

  23. You wrote: “3) We added a pure web access to feedly. You can point any browser to and load your feedly. Including IE and Opera.” I’ve been trying all week to load my Feedly at work, which uses IE, with no success (I get a blank screen). Quite a few other people are having the exact same problem, at least according to the comments on the previous post. Am I doing something wrong here, or is this pure web access not working on IE? I’m hoping we can get this resolved soon, since the countdown to Google Reader going away is getting down to the wire.

      1. I just checked, and it works in IE10. Not working in IE9, 8 and probably lower. While making it working on IE9 would be nice (someone using Vista is stuck on it and IE10 is still rather new to be approved in corporations (we just recently upgraded to IE9 and not thinking to go IE10 soon)), but supporting more than 4 years old browser is too much to ask.. (IE8).

        1. We use IE9 at my office, and I still get the blank screen. Anybody at Feedly know if it will be made compatible with IE9?

          1. To fix the blank page in IE 9 this worked for me: Hit F-12, click Browser Mode in the toolbar and select Internet Explorer 9. Then select Document Mode next to it and select Internet Explorer 9 standards.

            1. It worked for me to open the page. But then, Login button doesn’t work. How do I login to get my feeds

    1. I’m having this problem in Chrome. Feedly likes to sidestep this problem, I’ve contacted them over and over on various “service” feeds and got nothing. Perhaps a comment bomb is the answer.

  24. Great job Feedly! I was initially bummed out about Google Reader being canned, but you’ve proven to be a great alternate!

  25. Just a few things I have noticed with today’s update:

    …that all my previously saved articles have vanished :(
    …and that I can no longer use my Feedly mini to save individual articles from around the blog’osphere to my saved list, whether or not I follow them :(
    …and of course, because I can’t search the blogs I do follow I can’t find those articles again :(

    I have my fingers crossed that this will correct itself, but now that Google Reader is gone, these things are keenly missed more than ever…

  26. I am becoming more and more impressed with Feedly every time I use it. I really like the new cloud version.

  27. Feedly is amazing,, i trusted it since form beginning and made it primary reader as soon as you added title only view. I even like it more than google reader but i miss one very important feature:


    Please add this and feedly will be perfect. I rely on search greatly to find old titles.

  28. I shifted to Feedly 2 months back with skepticism but all my concerns are now eased out with Feedly. Great Platform for readers. And best alternative to Google Reader. #GoogleReaderBestAlternative

  29. As a guy who’s been using feedly for many, many years, I’m very happy to see you guys up your game in the wake of Google Reader’s imminent shutdown. Before all this went down it felt like feedly iterations and development were a lot slower and we didn’t really see a lot of big improvements and feature upgrades all the time. You guys could have kept that pace and it would have been decent enough for us longtime users used to it…

    …but instead, you guys stepped up and evolved into this agile, responsive company and handled the sudden growth of your user base really well. This is a major success story for a tech company, and I’m confident you folks will be able to keep up the momentum for many years to come.

  30. My Feedly experience would be perfect if you could bring back the Space key from Google Reader. I’m really dependent on it to quickly work through a lot of new items with a single keyboard shortcut.

    Otherwise great work in such a short amount of time.

  31. I love feedly but I feel only feature is missing and thats offline reading in android app.

  32. Thanks Feedly!

    You listened and saved us from sunsetting one of the most tragic “sunsetting” announcements I’ve had to date. Good work on both Reader look & feel and API – these will surely be the keystones to further success however you make it :)

  33. can not show feeds of any subscripton in China. Maybe blocked by China’s GFW. It is loading all the time with error0.

  34. thanks

    but where is that open API you keep talking about? I know a few companies that would love to integrate their reader but can’t some effectively you’re pretty much closed shop (e.g. BeyondPod)

    I feel this is all just marketing blurb to lure over users to your reader. sorry.

  35. Just a problem here. Today the feedly beta extension in Google Chrome stops working, tells me that I’m not locked in and forwards me to There I’m already locked in. My first page is the index, but no feeds were displayed there. Also on the extension-icon there’s no unread count which I really miss though.

  36. hi
    i did every step you said but in everyone of my gadget include pc phone ipod and cloud version when i open feedly it does not show my unread items
    but they were synced
    i mean when i use google reader itself it is ok with new items
    but when i am using feedly new items does not show to and appear that no unraed articles
    please help me with this
    thank you
    sorry for my bad english

  37. Guys,

    I really must commend you on all your efforts in helping us migrate from Google Reader. It took me a while to get used to Feedly, but I now feel Feedly is truly superior to Google Reader.

    Thank you, and keep up the good work!

  38. I think I’ve found a few bugs with the v16 update:

    1.) Before the update, I could scroll through a blog’s entire RSS feed, all the way back to the very first entry. But with the v16 update, there’s now a limit to how far I can go back. I loved being able to see the feed of a site’s entire history, not just the last 30 days/articles. I can still browse to the beginning of a blog’s first entry in Google Reader, but the v16 Feedly cloud update is no longer syncing with Google Reader.

    2.) I’m having difficulties adding and editing feeds to Feedly. I can remove feeds just fine, but every time I add a feed or edit a current feed to a different category, Feedly seems to just “forget” those changes when I sign out and sign back in. My feeds seem to be frozen in place as they were before the update.

    3.) I too have been using Feedly on the Kindle Fire, and it’s no longer syncing with the v16 feedly because it’s still v14. However, the Kindle Fire feedly app does sync with the current Google Reader.

    Any solutions to these bugs?

    1. #1 is not a bug, it’s a limitation they stated.

      #2 I’ve noticed this one too. I try to move a feed from one category to another but it’s stuck like glue to its original place. This minor bugs will be fixed soon, I hope. It’s not the first time things like this happen and are fixed properly in no time.

      1. Seriously, the limited feed history is not a bug, but a new feature? That’s disappointing. Why would they suddenly impose this limitation and take away my ability to use Feedly to view all of the posts from the blogs in my feed?

        1. Jorge meant, that they couldn’t import all the history from the Google Reader to their cloud (too much data, Google limiting download speed and they had to import 25M of feeds with history). Before the cloud you were able to browse all your older feeds, because you were browsing on google servers through Feedly. Now you are on feedly servers and you have only the part of your feeds history. Of course, from now on your history will be saved and you will be able to go to the older articles which were saved on the servers when you started to use, but you won’t see articles that where once on the google servers and didn’t make the import limit.

          1. But that’s not making sense to me, because this new limitation on a feed’s history still applies when I add brand new feeds to Feedly (which I’m able to successfully do on a second account but not my main account for some reason). Nothing is being imported from Google Reader in that case, because I’m starting with a clean slate on the Feedly Cloud. When I add a new feed to Google Reader, it’s able to immediately pull up the entire history of the feed, all the way back to the beginning of a blog (definitely before I started using Google Reader). When I add a new feed to, why can’t it do the same thing?

            1. I now know what you mean. And yes, definitely is something they should fix. I use GReader (android app) and whenever I add a new feed I can browse items till the very beginning.

              Maybe it’s something temporary due to the massive import of feeds to their cloud in just a few days time. And maybe in a future we will be able to access the whole feed.

              1. I also hope they fix the issues with not being able to read back, this was a major disappointment, which I hope can be remedied over time.

                1. I posted a procedure on manually updating, but it looks like a new post on this board says you just need to uninstall from your Kindle, and then search for it (and install again) from the Amazon App store.

      2. I like very much Feedly and recognize the huge effort this guys have been doing in last weeks. But considering a “minor bug” the feature do add new feeds is unsane.

        Feedly cloud allow to add new content… now problem. And we see the feed in the categorie we defined.

        But when we close it and after we start feedly the new feedly is not there, simple disapeer – THIS IS A HUGE PROBLEM

  39. Well done! It works well with me (sometimes i seem to get posts that are showing as unread that i’ve read minutes before on my iOS app, but that may be my imagination) and you’ve beaten the likes of Digg and AOL in the battle to woo new users over. Im sticking here!

    1. I don’t think you’re imagining it. Some posts that I’ve already read show up as unread on my IPhone and vice versa. Happens to me all the time.

  40. Hi, good job on the pure web client. Would you switch to HTTPS though? Using plain HTTP makes me pretty uncomfortable. Also, does your API use HTTPS?

      1. Good to hear that, thanks! But does that mean all apps that use Feedly Cloud will also use HTTPS? Hopefully you will stop plain HTTP access then, so that people won’t have to worry about which app is broadcasting their private information for all to see.

  41. really awesome work. at this point i’m actually happy that google kill reader. :)

  42. Keyboard shortcuts don’t work with the russian keyboard layout. Please bind them to key codes, not symbols!

  43. the cloud reader is unstable
    I marked some articles as read and it would still remain unread when I visited the reader hours later
    it happened a few times for me

    other than that, Awesome Work!

  44. great job…

    Only one things is missing : translation of news, at least to english…
    I follow news in Italian, swedish, bahasa indonesia, russian, …

    Not easy I know, because need to have an agreement with bing or google.

    about additional functions, some idea from what I use (some are maybe already there).
    These are not critical since I have alternative, but I would like better integration
    – page2rss equivalent
    – google+ feed
    – twitter feed
    – google search feed
    – add to:, google+, linkedin, viadeo, reddit (or simply addthis)
    – comments engine like disqus. however I have problem to follow some others comments engine (like on forbes).

    my need are to track news, blogs, but also much much comments, some in foreign language that I don’t understand. not leasure, but not paid.

  45. It would be great if you could send email right from the Feedly page instead of using your email to from a separate browser page. My web mail is blocked from my work so I simply cannot do it anymore. Otherwise it was a seamless, painless migration.

    1. I use the NoSquint 2.1.9 addon for FireFox 21.0 and set the text to “black” and the “text zoom level” to 150%. Up until yesterday the text zoom was not working with the sidebar … it’s been fixed now.

  46. Heads up that on your ‘button’ page [ ] you have a typo (‘you’ should be ‘your’):

    “Step 2: Insert your feed URL
    This is the feed that will open on feedly when people will click on the button.
    Find out how to find you feed URL here.”

    And I was being picky about grammar, it should be ‘when people click’ (without the ‘will’)

  47. Thanks a lot for all you did, I switched to feedly as soon as google announced the end of Reader, and with all your job, the news reader is really nice and made me completely forget Greader !
    Congratulation for your work !

  48. You guys made a great job. Feedly is great, very great… too great to stay free? You are a private company and you need to make money. Can you guarantee that my hundreds of subcriptions to RSS feeds will stay free as they were in Google Reader and as they are today in the Feedly Cloud? I heard that you will launch a subscription-based premium version in the future. Will it only be additional features to the free features we have today or will free features of today become subscription-based? This is the only worry I have today. Thanks for your answer. David

  49. There is one crutial feature I really miss: The ability to search my feeds. It’s the only thing that prevents me from ditching a dedicated reader app.

  50. And best of all, Feedly tells us what they are doing and listens to their users. Something that Google still has to learn. Thanks Feedly, keep up the good work!

    1. Well, thats exactly the point of the Feedly cloud: being independent from Google Reader.

  51. You’ve done a great job in stepping up and filling the gap that Google are about to create. Thank you all at Feedly. I’ve been impressed at the work you guys have put in since Google announced their decision to drop GReader

    I’d like to see the Amazon Store/Kindle Fire version updated. You’re still on v14 there. Otherwise great job

    1. Apparently you can just delete your app, and then download it again from Amazon’s app store – supposedly the new version comes down when you do it this way!

  52. It’s terrible, but I still have no alternative for Google Reader…

    Because of the MAIN and most IMPORTANT function GReader had : browsing through old or even dead archives/feeds.

    GReader is soon closing and like many people I’m about to loose all my bookmarked subscriptions, and there’s no use in Feedly where half of the feeds I subscribed to are empty…

    1. Not Feedly is shutting down GReader. Go wine to Google.. C’mon, they are creating a nice platform just in 100 days, free and open, and they try to import some part of your history, but they can’t import all data (millions of user, millions of articles, and Google is not letting to import everything fast) and you sound like “Feedly is ruining my bookmarks”. Find a better solution!

      1. Digg reader – that’s coming out today and will be a much better solution than Feedly.

      1. feedly mini is gone, My God !!! I have been accustomed feedly mini, I hope you will respect the user habits, strong demand feedly mini regression

    1. +1 for me this is the one thing that is missing in all the google reader alternatives

  53. Great job :)

    I wasn’t a Google Reader user and i have tried feedly in the past as a standalone rss reader. Didn’t like it at the time (still would prefer some other design solutions, but it’s ok). But as i was struggling to keep up with articles on different machines (and then i got Android tablet) it’s became clear, that i need an rss service, so i turned to feedly again. There are some kinks and bugs, but many of them were already fixed. I apologize for my harsh emails reporting broken feeds. Many of them now work in the newest version, so i’m glad, that you are listening. I hope your roadmap will include some other features from the uservoice in the future.

  54. Great job, Feedly! I was apprehensive about making the move but it is starting to feel a little more familiar to me.

  55. There was a weird issue a couple of days ago, when you announced the cloud, when I had to go through an entire day’s worth of feeds a second time. I hope that was just a one-time thing, because that was awfully time consuming.

    I’ve also noticed that photosets from tumblr don’t show up properly in title cards view. The photos have to be read right to left, as far as I can tell, and it seems like any other image-only feed where the image is smallish, the image will show up on the right side, which is not terrible, but odd.

    Seriously though, if that thing I mentioned above is one-time, I think we’re pretty much golden here.

  56. Dear members of the Feedly team:

    Thank you very much for all that you did (and I am sure, will continue to do)!
    Much appreciated!

  57. Simply amazing, I am super impressed – it only confirms my good decision when I evaluated all the RSS readers available, and concluded Feedly was the best. Now I wonder how you can turn all your hard work into revenue – advertising model? Fee-based model? Combo of the two?

  58. Hey there, all my tagged items are not migrated fully even though it’s well under the 200 limit per tag item, is there anyway you guys are able to fix it? Thanks! And well done on the smooth transition :) Love the new look

  59. Great work, Feedly crew. Loving it so far.

    One question: Should the URL work on Safari on the iPhone, or is the browser support only for mac/PC full-size browsers? I’m able to attempt to login on my iPhone, then click “Accept” on the Google permissions screen, but then I only get the OAuth logo and a static screen. Nothing else happens. Any advice?

    Congrats on everything you’ve accomplished so far.

  60. Very good improvements! Now only one feature is still missing: Open articles in a background tab. Please add a shortcut for that (‘i’ would be convenient since it’s close to the other key o, p, n, j and k)!

  61. Why I can’t change the theme?

    And when I organize my feed, and reopen Feedly, the order changes again!

  62. you have missing to refer the 10th item (the one that confirm the others):
    -we are awesome.
    Proof: users are saying that !

  63. Excellent, almost!!
    Only thing I’ve lost in the transfer from Google Reader is the inclusive Twitter feed. This worked using gtweetapp after the progressive Twitter API changes, but that only seems to update to the GR backend server, not yours.

  64. Excellent, almost!!
    Only thing I’ve lost in the transfer from Google Reader is the inclusive Twitter feed. This worked using gtweetapp after the progressive Twitter API changes, but that only seems to update to the GR backend server, not yours.

  65. I migrated from google reader a while ago, and now I logged in here again, and all my unreads were lost! Now I’m going to have to go back through all my comics and figure out where I left off.

    *sigh* I’ve decided to look for a local reader.

  66. L’ha ribloggato su My Scrapbooke ha commentato:
    Conoscete Feedly? Io sto provando diverse alternative per Google Reader, che chiuderà i battenti il primo di luglio. Feedly è quello che preferisco.

  67. Congratulations for new feedly that you have created. I am an ex-user of GReader and I already do not lack it, since Feedly has improved it. Both the web app and the app Android are magnificent.

  68. Not being a tech savvy person, I can’t even fathom the amount of work it took to do this. I will miss my Google Reader, I admit, because I liked being able to scroll through the entire article, and all subsequent articles, with just the mouse or my down arrow. No need to open each article individually.

    What I would really, really like is a way to delete (not just mark as read) multiple articles at one time. Not delete the feeds, just the individual articles. Right now I have to trash them one at a time, but perhaps in the future we’ll have more efficient options.

    Thanks so very much from one Google Reader user.

    1. I prefer to read my feeds that way as well, and I have my Feedly preferences set to have “All” as my start page and “Full Articles” as my default view. It’s not exactly like Google Reader, but it’s close. Hope this works for you.

  69. can it import from outlook? I had my feeds on google reader but deleted them when they made the announcement and moved them to my outlook on my laptop. Good thing, b/c it was a pain in the arse doing all of this and it took a long time.

  70. I love, Feedly!

    If you ever have to start charging to keep the service up, that’s fine! Don’t just disappear on us like Google Reader.

  71. Excellent .. now that the crisis of Google Reader is past – can we have access to our Tags from the mobile apps on iPad and iPhone?

  72. Are others having trouble with YouTube feeds after switching to the Feedly Cloud? None of my feeds from YouTube channels are getting updated in Feedly (i.e., I’m not seeing any newly posted videos). They were fine with the Google Reader backend, and are still fine in Google Reader itself. I’ve emailed but haven’t heard back from them.

    1. I’m having problems with youtube and google news feeds. It’s weird because those feeds were added using Feedly’s Add Content option and were working well while on google’s backend.

  73. I’d pay for cool themes. If you need to offset costs, consider spectacular themes as part of a paid package.

  74. Has Feedly only a “one month back” storage? Pleas upgrade that, i have some feeds that i check only 1 through 6 times a year (low traffic picture blogs or. apple trailers). All thees older articles are gone :(

  75. I just can say thank you. The way feedly has evolved in this time is impressive, and I can’t imagine the work there’s been behind. Lots of coffee, I guess ;D Thanks, guys!!

  76. You guys are awesome!! :) You have done an amazing job. I’m looking forward to hear next news from you.

    Thanks a lot, Feedly!

        1. feedly mini is gone, My God !!! I have been accustomed feedly mini, I hope you will respect the user habits, strong demand feedly mini regression

  77. I really like the ‘preview’ feature. Is there a way to implement a button in the ‘titles only view’ or alternatively an option to make an article show in preview as default??

  78. please, stop changing addresses (what a big difference #index or home#index?) – why you need several Google approves?

  79. i logged in, checked remember me, but when i close chrome and open chrome i am not logged in. funny is also when i logged in and open my feedly, icon on chrome say not logged in.

  80. version in chrome extension is Feedly Beta 16.0.521. when i logged in, version in my feddly is Version 16.0.520.

  81. Could you please tell me why my tags that have two separate words (i.e. Slow Cooking) are now empty?!

  82. It gave me a gateway error on signing up and didn’t import anything… nor it lets me delete the account and try importing again (and no OPML subscriptions import exists).

    Really unfortunate that currently this service is so “hit-or-miss”: if you are lucky you can use it, otherwise you are stuck with nothing.

  83. There is one thing i don’t understand… I still have to log in with google reader. When google reader is away, how do i log in then? There is nog feedly log in or something. How does my computer know which items to show when there is no account? When i close my browser all data will be deleted so when i restart how does feedly know which items to show?

  84. I am not able to login with Firefox to
    When I click “login” a popup windows appears asking me to allow feedly access my data. I click Accept, the popup disappears, “Logging in…” appears hovering the page, then disappears and nothing happens.
    In Firebug I see a “POST” (slightly over 300 bytes), return code 200.

    1. In Firefox (latest version), I cannot click “Accept” – it’s just gray, and the Cancel button is the same. I thought it was one of my Add-Ons, so I uninstalled Firefox (wiping out out all user settings) and did a clean install; same thing. I installed the Feedly Add-On and no difference. So basically, Feedly is unusable on Firefox. (I’d really like to dump Chrome since Google is now Evil.)

  85. As for now, something is really wrong. There is no unread feeds in the Feedly, but there is a lot of new (not old unread!) in Google Reader. I cannot use Feedly now, because it works strangely, some old posts, which I’ve read weeks ago show up like new unread posts. It is so weird, that I cannot understand the logic of it.
    Hope you’ll survive it. For now it is impossible to use Feedly, it is simply doesn’t work.

    1. Same problem here. Yesterday I was seeing old posts that I’ve read show up as new posts again, so I had to d a lot of “mark all as read”. Today Feedly shows me NO unread posts and I know there should be hundreds.

      I imagine the developers are making a lot of quick changes to accommodate the retirement of Reader, so I hope this is just a one time bump in the road.

  86. Thanks ok nice.And now focus android version.
    More than 2 weeks and widget not working…….

  87. I am still more used to GReader, so I’m currently using your service with that program.

    Update frequency still needs some work. I still use Google Reader on the PC, and I keep noticing that articles that Google’s RSS service had discovered but Feedly has not (yet).

    I know it may be hard to compete with Google’s sheer resources, but definitely an area where progress would be most welcome.

    1. Totally agree with Kazuaki.
      I also noticed some feeds are not updated in recent days after migrating to feedly cloud…

  88. Thanks a lot, but I’m a little nervous about tags. All my tagged items are in the saved for later section but without tags. Please fix it if you can. Mark all of them again would be a pain.

  89. Hey,

    Feedly is the most beautifully feed Reader in the three feed Readers I’m using to replace Google Reader.
    But it will more wonderful if you can support to display enclosure element that InoReader and Tiny-Tiny RSS, the another feed Readers I’m using, were already support.

  90. Only 1000 of my ‘saved for later’ items appear, but I have about 3000 items. Is there any way I can import all of them?

  91. Hi,

    Very impressed with the migration and well done for supporting the developer ecosphere.

    Only real issue is the flakiness of your android app which regularly logs out and doesn’t support offline or cached reading. But, you’ve taken the smart move of powering other apps so happy to be using Press to do my reading on my Nexus4. Just surprised you didn’t see offline reading and cache as more important?

    Anyway, look forward to the next 10 days and see how it works out.


    Ross Bailey, UK
    (8 years with Google Reader)

  92. Absolutely fantastic app for iPad. Thank you for the great amount of work you have put in it and also, thank you for allowing us, Windows Phone users to enjoy your services via Nextgen Reader

  93. Please add google reader offers “translate to my language”, but feedly doesn’t
    This is a very useful feature

  94. You guys rock! I didn’t like/trust the mandatory browser plugin but with the web-only version I now have a better RSS reader than Google Reader ever was. Thank you!

  95. I’m enjoying Feeldy so far, but currently there is no 2-Way Sync between the (Kindle)App and the web, so when I go back between the two devices, I have to constantly go through and disregard all of the items I have already read. This is a little annoying, but I am hoping that this will be fixed soon. It seems like other folks are wondering the same.

    1. Delete the app from your Kindle, then download it again from the App store – others are saying this will give you the latest version.

  96. Se Gana la carrera de Aprecio, con estas sencillas y buenas formas de ampliar y desarrollar nuestro Mundo Actual , Obtenido o compartido de Google Reader al cual me encuentro suscrito y siempre he mantenidos sus Temas de Lectura con avidez y satisfacción son muy reconfortantes para mi

  97. I signed up on the day I first saw the Google announcement; I’m ashamed to say that I was put off by the overload you guys were experiencing, so I forgot about it for a while. I came back a couple of days ago, and have been using Feedly exclusively (up to now I’ve been spending as much time as possible with my beloved Google Reader!), and you guys ROCK.

    One thing I really miss, though: Search. It happens _all the time_ that I want to refer to something that came through my feed a few days back – and right now, going back to find that thing is a major pain. This was incredibly easy with Google Reader (probably ’cause they’re Google, and Search is kinda what they do!) I noticed an announcement a while back that you guys will be rolling out Search – just wanted to let you know that when you do, I for one will be standing on my chair clapping my fool hands off.

  98. Great, great job. I actually enjoy using feedly more than google reader thanks to the clean design.

    And I like how hard you seem to be working to keep all the google-reader’s happy – it makes feedly quite… amicable.

  99. What happened to all of my tagged articles from Google Reader? All of my former tagged sections are empty now that it’s been switched over to the feedly cloud. It was all in there before. Is there something I need to do to get the tags populated again?

  100. It concerns me that periodically I still have to re-enable access to my Google Account in order to access Feedly. When Google Reader goes offline, will Feedly stop working for me? Why does the “One-Click Import from Google Reader” keep showing up – it seems to be more than One Click is required. I would expect that after importing, that I would no longer need to give Feedly access to my Google account.

  101. I already migrated to Feedly and using it in combination with Newsify which allows me to read articles offline. Again, great job to Feedly and I’m hoping there are great updates in store for the future of this application.

  102. You guys did an absolutely amazing job. My only complaint is when I finally got switched to Feedly cloud I had “999+ unread items.” It was a mess. But a one-time mess.

  103. Excellent job, Feedly! Smooth transition for me and I like to burn through lots of feeds quickly.

  104. thanks for getting up and running, except for this morning, when I could not get up via the Web?

    next, if/when you have time, make feedly work the way I think it is documented to work.

    1. advanced settings / (don’t) pull to close, long press to save, and transition/scroll… would seem to do what I’d like, but don’t work (at all), and certainly not the way I want.. (if they do work, then I’d like to know how)

    2. please give me a link, both in the app and the web and web at to the and the, so that I can get into find out what is going on, and comment/suggest

    3. if the Web site was down, and might be in the future, perhaps you need to leave the FireFox add-in up, if it might be up.

    I realize that these days are busy, but perhaps these are q and d fixes? if not, then no biggie…..


  105. Wonderful job!

    Missing: Search! Search! Search! The ability to search my feeds, please!

    And is there a way to re-import my account? When I did initially, it showed nothing unread and has only marked unread new things since I created the account – but there are many older posts I have yet to read.


  106. Adding links in pocket opening to another page. Can you make this integrated like as it is now with google reader?

  107. I love Feedly EXCEPT (isn’t there always an except?) it isn’t syncing what I have already read on my Mac and what I have already read on my Samsung Galaxy S4. Google Reader used to do this without a problem. Any suggestions?

  108. Hie, great job, Google reader don’t miss me… nearly!
    Since chrome’s apps became just a link to the web access, I can’t log from my office. Because of the firewall, the identification with google account is blocked… And the web access from IE (official navigator) don’t work neither.
    Is it possible having both a web access and the old app for chrome?

  109. I’ve been using Feedly for several months, it was and it is a great platform. But I noticed that posts do not display “hearts” (likes on facebook, tweets on twitter and so on) anymore. Is there a reason? Will we see hearts again? Thanks.

  110. Thank you for your efforts.
    However, It is difficult to pass from a feed to another. I get lost a little bit. For example, I miss the passage from a feed to another, in Google Reader, using the Space key. I think that you have to work on providing some shortcuts to facilitate the navigation between feeds.

  111. Thank you feedly. Migrating from Google Reader was seemless. I could save my Starred articles as well. Android app works like a charm. Thank you so much.

  112. Am very impressed. I wasn’t convinced by Feedly when i first came across it a few years/months ago. But now since migrating from a 3rd party reader that wouldn’t be updating post Google.. I can’t imagine a more pleasant rss reader to use out there at the moment. Thanks, and well done on seizing the moment.

    Feature Requests:
    + Duplicate article detection and removal. (i.e if using multiple BBC feeds)
    + Sometimes you have to click into an article to save it for later, if there’s a lot of pre-text (at least in thumbnail list layout) would be great to have a standard and large tag/save button on each thumbnail

  113. Also impressed by what you’ve achieved.
    But +1 on the tags issues: all tag categories where the tag title is two or more words long are empty :-(

  114. Tried out a bunch of google Reader like and by far you guys are the best ! keep up the good work

  115. Cyrillic news titles don’t show correctly in the Android app. Please make a wap version.

    1. The Cyrillic news titles work just fine on my Android 4.0.4. Is yours maybe older?

  116. Thanks for a great job.

    A question: I can see that some feeds in my Feedly Cloud are updated more or less at Google Reader rate (I ve been doing the comparison of the two during the last 4 days, since I migrated to the Feedly Cloud backend), some were updated like once or twice during the whole 4 days, some were not yet updated at all (and I can see the updates in the Google Reader that are not yet loaded into the FCloud, that are 2-3 days old already). What could be the reason?

    Upd Hint: Hmmm, I guess all the delayed and the not-at-all-yet-updated feeds are from the (we still have lots of nice LJ blogs in Russia and so we widely monitor LJ feeds). So maybe the update rate issue is LJ related somehow?

      1. Thanx Greg! Now I get the picture (I wonder though why SOME lj updates still arrive). Let’s hope LJ will sort it out faster, than they usually do (they aren’t fast, really :-))

        1. Ilya – I wonder if the issue occurs mostly with the more popular LiveJournal feeds? I have never used LiveJournal, but I suppose if they block Feedly when it requests feeds too frequently, it can look like a Denial of Service attack. If a less popular feed doesn’t get requested as much, then it wouldn’t look like Denial of Service, and so you’d get the updates from it? Or perhaps it depends on the frequency of access to a particular server, rather than particular feeds? Just some thoughts…

  117. Great job! However, Greader had a search feature, so if I wanted to search my saved items or new items for a certain word, I could. Having saved a lot of posts and having hundreds more arrive daily, it is helpful to be able to search all for a certain word or phrase. Thanks!

  118. Add aggregated and anonymous voting on links plus join-able communities; and you’d have a reddit-replacement for me as well.

  119. First of all: congratulations for the update. The possibility to access feedly without a plugin is awesome!

    But please: add a SEARCH WITHIN FEEDS function!

    1. To fix the blank page in IE 9 this worked for me: Hit F-12, click Browser Mode in the toolbar and select Internet Explorer 9. Then select Document Mode next to it and select Internet Explorer 9 standards.

  120. Amazing – Wonderful job, scaling in a way to accomodate huge numbers of migrating users while delivering lightning-fast. I so prefer greader over Currents and don’t have to switch now – thanks!

  121. You folks have been doing an amazing job with this opportunity. I don’t even miss Google Reader at this point and use Feedly exclusively. Now, how do we go about paying you for this? :)

  122. Google provides a function which let the user find out the older article of a website by scrolling down the mouse. Will You provide this wonderful function too?

  123. You guys are awesome! I was very depressed to hear that my Google Reader was going away. Now I’ve got a welcome replacement that works even better than the original. Well done!

  124. Is there a way to skip to the next post? I don’t want to scroll through an entire post I’m not interested in reading. GR had it with the up/down arrows. Thanks!

  125. Hi,
    Yesterday I imported all my feeds, tags,… from Google Reader to Feedly. Everything went okay then.
    Today, I see that all my tags have disappeared… :-(
    Can you fix that please?


    1. Okay… I logged in again and now my tags are back. That’s a good job, but let’s say it’s not very stable like that.

  126. My most-used feature in Reader was the “Note in Reader” bookmarklet. I’m really impressed with this, but I’ll miss that.

  127. after migration from google reader to feeldy cloud I have to mark posts as read from two different locations (two different PCs). before migration everything was ok

  128. Were 100 days where I left a complete upheaval and depression by the end of Google Reader and found a solution that is even better! For me, everything improved. So when they put a button for donations?

  129. I want just ONE MORE THING and it will be perfect!

    When I e-mail a story I want the text in the e-mail as well as the link. That is the way it works on the Android App (thank you very much!) and I wish it worked that way in Chrome.

    Thanks for all the hard work.

  130. If by “one-click” you mean having to authorize Google Reader several times per day, on each device, for the last 100 days, then OK.

  131. I heard back from and they are working on the YouTube issue: “We are working hard to make sure that the feedly fetcher is whitelisted and we get faster updates from Youtube.”

    1. Nice to hear that.

      I think Google should help Feedly now that they no longer want to give reader serivce.

  132. Thanks for fixing the All startpage issue, guys! I’ve noticed one other thing, though: it seems when I load Feedly, I get the last 10 or 20 read feeds a second time at the start of my feed. Sometimes there will be things I didn’t see the last time I was there, so I can’t just discount them either. Not sure why that is.

  133. I miss “details and statistics” in the feed settings. Reader had it and I used it to watch the # of subscribers to my own blog. Helped me see which posts were relevant and most interesting to my subscribers. Are you planning on having such a feature?

  134. I miss a “saved for later” count. Press (for android) has a count for saved items and what’s more intersting is they organize saved items in feeds and categories just like the unsaved items. Very helpfull when trying to clean the saved items or finding a particular item.

  135. All my tagged items are gone. No articles under my tags. I would hate to loose them. Please at least post af reply if you acknowledge the problem. I have been a feedly user for around 3 years and others think it’s a great produkt which I use every day.

  136. I recently converted my feeds and I’m very impressed. In combination with gReader for Android, I even dare to say it’s an improvement over Google Reader.

    Thanks for the hard work!

  137. feedly keeps on posting my already read feeds. I hope this problem will be corrected as soon as possible. Thanks! Feedly Team for bringing us an alternative of Google Reader.

  138. 1) Feedly mini has dissapeared
    2) ff omnibar search no longer works
    3) Cannot change the layout of the ‘today’ page
    4) Magazine view no longer has the strip at the top :-(

    1. I got my ‘featured’ view back (point 4) and I’m assuming the ‘default view’ setting in preferences will change the layout of the today page (point 3) though it’s already set to magazine, so I’m happy with leaving it as it is.

      In preferences, mini is enabled and no exclusions are in place yet it just doesn’t appear at all, regardless of what site I’m on. Additionally, I can’t see any way to re-enable omnibar search.

      It’s almost like the latest update has changed the app from an integrated chrome experience to a simple link to the web front end. :-(

      1. the mini works inside the extension for chrome, you need to activate the feedly extension in your chrome settings

  139. Yeah, great job!
    However, my iOS app doesn’t seem to sync with web page: I’m seeing items in browser i’ve read on iOS already. Any fix for that?

  140. Looks pretty good but there are couple point that different than how Google Reader used to work that I would like to see implemented in feedly as well.
    1. There’s no keyboard shortcut available for tagging an article and need to use a mouse
    2. using n/p to go through article without expanding still result in them flagged as read. I understand most people would use save for later for article they are interested in but want to read later but there are ones that I would want to read but not save forever and only mark as unread to read when not at work or during break.
    3. Bonus: it would be great if marked as unread is also always available on mobile app instead of buried along with all other actions possible to take on article.

  141. Until yesterday, I was enjoying the switch to Feedly. But suddenly all of the posts that I’ve previously read and marked as read are showing up in my feed as new posts. I’ve got well over a thousand posts, most of which should be marked as read, and I can’t figure out how to get rid of them. I don’t want to mark whole feeds as reads since I haven’t read anything new since Friday in some cases or week before in others. But I definitely don’t need to go back over posts dating all the way back to when I made the switch at the start of June. Help?!

  142. You guys really did a good thing! Google reader was like my favorite reader ever, and when I found out they were shutting down, I freaked out. I was going to have to go back to the reader on IE! Gross! But then you guys swooped in and saved the day with your amazing reader! So yay! You guys rock!

  143. My tags are still empty. I really hope this issue gets resolved or 3+ years of organizing articles by tags will be lost. :(

    1. you need to write down your tags in feedly preferences. After this feedly get your feeds/tags from google reader.

  144. Feedly mini is gone no matter what i do
    which means that i cant save for later the articles that are not on the sites in my feed.
    is it coming back or am i doing something wrong?

    1. the mini works inside the extension for chrome, you need to activate the feedly extension in your chrome settings

  145. I am in awe of you people! I am just so happy that people like you exist.
    Thank you very much for all your efforts!

  146. As of today (June 25, 2013), the Feedly mini toolbar is missing. Checked Preference etc. everything is set correct and unchanged since yesterday when it did work. Please help. I am using Chrome.

    1. To fix the blank page in IE 9 this worked for me: Hit F-12, click Browser Mode in the toolbar and select Internet Explorer 9. Then select Document Mode next to it and select Internet Explorer 9 standards.

  147. Really dislike the buffer facebook share thing. Horrible. Otherwise love what you are doing. I don’t like how aggressive buffer is in terms of asking for privilidges and the way it throws a hissy fit when i won’t let it spam all my friends.

  148. Reblogged this on Ace on Tech and commented:
    With Google Reader closing soon, Feedly steps up to the challenge by enabling a one-click migration feature (and lots more). Gj Feedly.

  149. i think you left out another awesome addition – “Featured Articles” in the magazine view. i swear i don’t remember that before, and it is awesome. my absolute #1 favorite feature of google reader was “sort by magic” (until they totally botched it themselves, and it stopped working – sign one that google reader was going to die).

    this works the same for me, and it is absolutely fantastic. i have a lot of feeds, most categorized – if i could make it through the top popular posts per each category, i felt okay about marking the rest as read. please, DO NOT remove this feature like google did! in fact, i think if you refine it, it could be your “killer app” feature to put feedly far above the rest. awesome job!

  150. Just switch, still getting used to it, but it seems great. One request:

    Google Reader shows me how many unread items in parenthesis in the tab, ie:

    Google Reader (3)

    I’d love for Feedly to do this – it’s a quick way to know if there’s anything new to read that has come down the pipe. Really helps with procrastination. I know its a kind of silly thing, but most web e-mail clients do this for unread mails, too (which is also great), and it would really help me keep track of everything.


  151. I like feedly a lot, but I dislike that my iPad app does not sync with the web app. When I read articles on my ipad, they still show up as unread when I access the web app later. I use both and I would love for them to be in sync.

  152. Btw, do you have something like changelist or can you add this to your feedly cloud version number? I see that you have done two updates since cloud start and it would be interesting to see what are you changing/fixing, even if it only would say “some optimizations”.

  153. Brilliant stuff. The Ifttt integration was an excellent idea (Ifttt is a type of God). Now just bring on the Feedly native logins with unique usernames and I will be loyal for life :)

  154. I have the option to use the Mini Toolbar shown in Preferences, but no toolbar appears any more in Chrome. Any ideas how to get this showing? I would like to be able to add pages from around the internet to my Saved For Later list.

  155. Hi guyz, you’ve done a fantastic job so far but I think you might miss one thing though : The ability to search keywords in the google search like you would do with a Google Alert. Up until now, the keyword research is limited to the feedly feeds, google news and youtube. Why not extend it to a full google crawl ? It would be fantastic and make Feedly definitively perfect.

    Or you might already have done it and i just missed it and in that case I apologize sincerely :)

    Kind Regards,


  156. Congratulations!

    Now, perhaps you could address some annoying issues.

    One is that, on Android, the volume rocker switch is used in the opposite way as other apps (e.g., Kindle and Pocket). It’d be more intuitive and consistent to follow them in using volume down to proceed to the next page and volume up to the previous page. Alas, it’d be cool if the pages of articles could be navigated the same way. The back key on Android would do to go back to the articles list.

    Another issue is that, again on Android, the Android login is not the same thing as Google login, even when, as in my case, they are the same ones. This means that, unless I use the Google login on it, my phone will not be in sync with the web, as in articles read in one are not marked as such in the other.

    Finally, please, please, please, cache articles for offline reading! Sure, in most cases one is always online. But when in an airplane or in the subway or abroad it’s very difficult to be online, when Feedly is worthless.

    Thanks and keep up the good work.

  157. I want to listen to a list of podcasts with my screen off.
    I often listen to short podcasts and don’t want to look at my phone while doing other things.
    When the screen is on my cell phone battery drains more quickly and touching my phone causes problems when I’m running when the screen already on.
    Also would feedly supporters please stop posting nice, but useless “Bravo”, “fantastic” comments here? Thank You

  158. I was never a user of Google reader. I just wanted to know whats the fuzz about a reader. So I started looking for an alternative reader and found this one. I don’t know how much I missed, but now that I have started using this, my whole life has changed. Now I understand, reading all the news from one panel is all I ever wanted. Thanks for providing this tool. Thanks a lot!

  159. I would consider recommending Feedly, except that it requires a fair amount of hacking in Stylish to be usable.

    Namely, it’s unreadable on large displays due to lack of text wrapping, and there is an unbelievable amount of social media cruft that needs to be disabled.

    The developers seem uninterested in fixing the first (they told us to “make the window smaller”) and seem to think the second is a feature.

  160. please improve the sharing of posts.
    sorry to be annoying, but it would be cool something that works just like Google Reader.

  161. I also have issues with tags! I imported via one-click tool and in fact everything shows up correctly. HOWEVER, when trying to tag an article from withing feedly, I don’t see any of the imported tags. When I created a new one (that was already existing in reader), all of the imported ones disappeared. Logging out and back in restored the imported tags, but now the tag I created is duplicated and when trying to tag new articles, it only shows up under the new redundant tag. Please fix, this is is critical!!

  162. I only had one question…android anyone? already answered. I’m really impressed by the format and UI of this reader. Was worried about podcast feeds and even that is in here…good job.

  163. I think what is needed is a favorite button, where you can save tha post as a favorite forever. I guess I lost all my favorite pages from google reader when i moved here :/ I dont think “save for later” can do the job.

  164. Reblogged this on AB's Reflections and commented:
    Really liking Feedly as a Google Reader replacement, particularly the cloud sync ability along with its Android & iOS apps. Let’s see how this evolves after the Google Reader shutdown on July 1.

  165. I’m loving how hard you guys have worked to make feedly a home for us abandoned googlers. Let me throw some money at you! :)

  166. You guys are awesome! U did a fantastic job. Sync with iPhone app works perfectly. Many thx to you!
    Just two things: improve OPML Import/Export AND Search (even if I have to pay for that). PLEASE!

  167. Silence, silence, silence. The deadline is drawing dangerously near and there has been no recent feedback from the Feedly team.

    I know, I know, there is a lot to do, but we need to hear something, anything, from you. What should be priority now is solving issues that cannot be resolved after July 1st, like data loss. The tagging feature, for example, is currently disabled. This is absolutely critical.

  168. I’m new here I wanted to say thank you for offering this wonderful reader. I wanted to ask if it would be possible to make the blog name more visible (maybe over each entry, even color coded?) right now I see a bunch of articles and have no context of where they are from unless I read these faint gray names. It helps me to know which entry goes with which blog so I know whose voice I’m reading. Thanks.

  169. Just wanted to add my kudos to the chorus. Thanks so much for making RSS not only functional, but beautiful as well. And special thanks for the quick migration. Now, I can’t imagine reading any other way than feedly.

  170. Thank you for saving my morning after a WHAT… It was really easy to move to feedly and this is nice. :)

  171. cant open feedly on chrome
    everytime i have to use incognito mode to open feedly
    fix this soon

  172. What about users who trusted that they could migrate their tags by entering the tag list in Preferences? It is disabled and the deadline is really close.

  173. I agree with a lot of the above people who mention the Google Reader search function. I use it quite often.

  174. Things made worse:
    * The correct behavior at ‘mark all as read’ is: close currently open feed item (if applicable) + refresh the feed and NOT move to the next feed!
    A user has a preference for the order of reading, but this preference cannot be the same as the order of feeds. The order of feeds is either alphabetical or arbitrarily determined by changes in the feed item content…
    To make matters worse, at ‘mark all as read’, Feedly already had the bad habit of marking as read items newly coming into the feed, and not yet displayed into the feed item list. This made it such that items can be easily missed if one did not pay special attention. Now, it became even easier to miss them, since Feedly forces a move to the next feed, preventing the user to double-check that no new items arrived in the feed, and were inadvertedly marked as read. _This_ is what ought be corrected!
    Guys, stop feeddling (sic!) on the wrong side of ‘improving’! If you really need to fiddle, than implement user settings for the behavior, and stop patronizing the user by coercively imposing your decisions. Authoritarianism is one thing from Google (Reader or in general) which one should not want see ‘exported’ here…

  175. Thank you man. It s possibole.
    I think would be more practical to move the window post reply immediately after the article instead of at the bottom of the comments.

  176. Dude, I love what you did here. I was undecided until today about which service I would migrate too. When I saw Feedly and its UI I knew instantly. The migration was freaking brilliant. The UX is brilliant. You have done an amazing job with this. Kudos to your team on a job well done.

  177. I love feedly, but I miss the search feature which Google Reader is offerering.
    The search features makes it easy to find old feeds.
    Hopefully, you will also implement such a search feature in Feedly-

  178. Thank you for everything you did to make it easier for Google Reader migrate. So clean and simple. You are the Best!

  179. For a few days, there’s been a huge gap between my google unread and feedly unread on pc, although on mobile everything is fine. What’s up with that and what can I do about it?

  180. There has been a lot of work to succesfully complete the migration. But the priority issues should be those that cannot be resolved after July 1st.

    I’ll give an exemple: entering the list of Google Reader TAGS. If one goes to Feedly >> Preferences >> Tagging he will find that it is empty, blank, disabled, unoperational. So it is simply IMPOSSIBLE TO TRANSFER THE TAGGING DATA FROM READER.

    Is there anyone who can find a way to solve this issue?

  181. Yesterday, I decided to make a new start with feedly, marked all feeds as read. this morning every change I made, by organize my feedly new has been overwritten. What´s going on there. To I have to skip something in the line to Google Reader?

  182. I’ve successfully migrated all my Google Reader subscriptions to Feedly (and hopefully they won’t disappear July 1st – many of them are archived posts from since deleted blogs and accounts), but with the implementation of Twitter’s API 1.1 all my Twitter subscriptions haven’t updated since June 11th. I understand that OAuth is now required and you have to get the the consumer key, consumer secret, access token, and access token secret and plug them into some script. (I really don’t know exactly what OAuth is, but I know it’s required.) In fact, I’ve now got three sets of keys as I followed the instructions for obtaining them two days ago, each time thinking I must have done something wrong as I never received the promised e-mail examples for how to actually implement the requests, but when I log into all three “applications” are there.

    This is where they lose me. I haven’t written computer code since the early ’80s, so this is a whole new world for me. I do not have a “real” Twitter account but rather a “fake” profile just to be able to subscribe to a few Twitter feeds that Google Reader was unable to access. I do not “tweet.” I do not desire to be “tweeted” to. I simply want to be able to read other people’s public tweets. ALL I want to be able to do is to subscribe to 200-300 Twitter feeds in Feedly, just like I did in Google Reader, and to subscribe to new Twitter feeds I find of interest. Can someone please explain IN PLAIN ENGLISH how to do this? I find plenty of computer code scripts, but I don’t know what to DO with them to make this work! IMO Twitter has shot themselves in the collective foot with this stupid change, but if there’s a workaround I just want to know what it is. Thanks!

  183. This all sounds fantastic, except that there doesn’t seem to be a way to import my Google Reader Takeout data into Feedly. The instructions from Google reader were to use Takeout to take a copy of your Google Reader data, which I did. And it now seems I can’t actually do anything with it. Are there plans to add some kind of importer to allow me to actually get my Google Reader data into Feedly?

    1. +1
      Is there any way to import into feedly from GR now? I was caught unprepared since they gave no warnings on the android app.

  184. Hi, guys, I’d love to see search as a feature to be considered. Not searching new content, searching content I’ve read in the past…

  185. Keyboard shortcuts don’t work when switching keyboard layout from english to some other. Please fix this!

  186. Will feedly ever offer a way for former Google Reader users to create their own feedly account following a full migration of the Reader content – meaning I don’t have to use my google log in information to access my feedly and everything that migrated over? I know this has been discussed before. The reason I ask is on days like today when Google (gmail, google search, etc) is down, I cannot log in to Feedly. I am still dependent on Google being accessible. Thanks.

    1. Ditto. Not using Feedly until there is either a Openid or non-Goog/FB/Twitter logins available.

  187. Feedly is the worse thing ever for me. All I get is a blank screen on my PC running IE 9. Feedly has not been a replacemnt for Google Reader.

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