The feedly app allows you to login to your feedly using a Google, Facebook, Twitter, Evernote or Microsoft login. If you land into a feedly and do not see your feeds and collections, it is likely that you used a different login. The solution to this is to log out and log back in using your initial feedly login. Here are some tips to help you do this:
Tip #1: Who I am logged in as?
At the bottom of the left selector, you will find information about who you are currently logged in as. Please make sure that the email/id and service you are currently logged in as is the same as the email/service you used to sign up initially to feedly.
Tip #2: “I don’t remember using a social login!”
If you are a long time feedly user and do not remember which login you used to create your feedly account, you most likely used the Google login – we only supported Google at inception. If you migrated during the retirement of Google Reader, try to use the same Google email as you used for Google reader.
Tip #3: Handling multiple Google logins
Google has a feature – annoying bug – where it will try to automatically log you to the account you use on Google.com. If you use a different Google login for feedly and for google.com or use multiple google.com logins, please refer to supporting multiple Google logins blog post for more information on how to work around this problem.
Tip #4: Attaching multiple logins to the same feedly account
We are working on a new feature which will allow you to attach multiple logins to the same feedly account. For more information, please refer to http://feedly.com/#logins
Tip #5: Erasing your feedly account
The feedly erase page allows you to completely delete your feedly account and all your personal information from the feedly system. Please keep in mind that this operation can not be undone.
If you tried all these steps and are not able to login to your feedly or are not seeing your feed list after logging it, please contact Pro support if you are a pro user or ask a question on the Open feedly community.
Note: We know that there is a demand from users to be able to connect to feedly using a feedly specific login. The multiple logins feature is a step in that direction. Once that feature is in production, we will start working on a feedly specific login and allow users to attach a feedly login to their existing account.