Feedly is an all-rounder RSS feed reader designed with a user-friendly, clean interface and a robust organization system, making it beginner-friendly. It uses machine learning and natural language processing to gather, analyze, and prioritize intelligence from millions of sources in real time.
Feedly allows you to subscribe to and read content from various websites in one place, such as news, blogs, social platforms, and newsletters. You also have the option to import your feeds from Google Reader or other RSS readers.
Here, you can read your feeds in their original format or in a simplified view. You can save articles for later, mark them as read, or tag them with keywords. Additionally, you can share articles with your team members, add notes and highlights, and use the Power Search feature to find articles by keywords, topics, or domains.
To start using Feedly, visit the Feedly website and click on the Sign Up button. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll be prompted to set up your account. This typically involves choosing your interests to personalize your feed.
To add feeds to Feedly, you can:
- Search for specific websites or blogs by typing their names into the search bar at the top of the page.
- Browse through categories or trending topics to discover new content.
- Import your existing feeds from another RSS reader by clicking on the Import OPML option in the settings menu.
Once you’ve added your feeds, you can organize them into folders based on your interests.
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