Manage content from everywhere with feedly Mini

Beyond being your personal work newsfeed, feedly is a powerful tool that can help you share great articles to social media, save content you want to read later, and organize stories with Collections and tags. With feedly Mini, you can do all of this outside your feedly page as well!

01. feedly Mini: an extension that brings feedly everywhere on the webScreen Shot 2015-07-20 at 5.47.00 PM

feedly Mini is a Google Chrome extension that keeps you connected to your feedly while you browse the web, allowing you to save, tag, share, or subscribe to the great content you find each day.

02. Set up feedly Mini on Chrome

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You can find the feedly Mini extension on the Chrome Web Store when using Google Chrome on desktop. Installing feedly Mini allows you to use feedly’s tools without going to the actual site. Once you’ve installed it, the feedly icon will appear in the top right corner of your browser. If you click on it, feedly.com will open up in a new tab. A gray feedly icon will also appear in the bottom right corner of your screen. Click on it to see all the options that feedly Mini gives you.

03. Add any site on the web to your feedly

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With feedly Mini, you can easily add any blog or publication that you find on the web. For instance, if you stumble upon a random site that you may want to come back to later, you can use feedly Mini to easily add it to your feedly, so it’s always easy to find their stories.

To use feedly Mini to automatically find a site’s feed, click on the gray feedly Mini icon at the bottom of your page and click on the green “+” button at the top of the popup menu. This will take you to that site’s page in feedly, where you can add it easily and keep an eye on the other great content they publish.

04. Save stories for later directly to your Saved For Later

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feedly Mini automates the process of saving stories that you find on the web in your feedly. Instead of finding the story in feedly and adding it to your Saved For Later you can add a story directly using feedly Mini. Doing so will make the process much simpler and won’t disrupt your workflow as you’re reading on the web. To save a story with feedly mini, just click on the gray feedly icon at the bottom of your screen and click on the bookmark.

Pro tip: You can send stories that you save or tag through feedly Mini to other services, such as Google Spreadsheet and Evernote by using IFTTT! For instance, you can save a story with feedly Mini and automatically get it sent to a Google Spreadsheet. We have a full tutorial on IFTTT, but know that using feedly Mini with IFTTT gives you access to even more automation possibilities.

05. Share stories to Facebook and Twitter in just two clicks

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Using feedly Mini also gives you the option of sharing stories easily, without opening a new window or the feedly website. You can share stories you read through Facebook and Twitter straight from the page your reading. All you have to do is click the gray feedly icon at the bottom of your screen, and select the sharing feature that you want to use.

Pro tip: If you’re favorite sharing feature doesn’t show up in feedly Mini, you can still automate the sharing process. Use IFTTT to automatically share stories to LinkedIn whenever you tag them. This seamless integration with IFTTT gives feedly Mini limitless possibilities. See our IFTTT tutorial for setup instructions.

Questions? We want to hear your feedback. Email us at tutorials@feedly.com.

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7 thoughts on “Manage content from everywhere with feedly Mini”

  1. If you can do that, why not add a ‘save for later in feedly’ in Android’s ‘share with’ ?

  2. second that! it would be awesome to get general “save for later in feedly”-functionality on Android. currently I’m using feedly as my main hub but I still have to use a second tool and IFTTT to grab all the links I want to save for later. Feedly mini in Firefox would also not hurt at all!!

  3. I rarely leave a response, however i did a few searching and wound up here
    Manage content from everywhere with feedly Mini
    | Open feedly. And I actually do have a couple of questions for you if it’s allright.

    Could it be simply me or does it look as if like some of the responses appear like they are
    coming from brain dead folks? :-P And, if you are posting on other sites,
    I’d like to keep up with anything new you have to post.
    Would you list of the complete urls of all your social sites like your
    linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?

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