How to export your google reader subscriptions

Here’s what you need to do to retrieve all your subscription data from Google Reader Step 1.Click here to download a copy of your Google Reader data via Google Takeout.  Step 2. Click on the “Create Archive” button at the bottom to create a backup of your Google Reader account. You will then jump to the download screen where you will see the progress of your backup. … Continue reading How to export your google reader subscriptions

Development updates – Week jan 14-19th’ 2013

Image Zoom in – When you zoom-in images in your feed, image is now resized according to users browser screen size. Old fashion scrollbar is also replaced with black transparent scrollbar. Also added link to original image. Dedicated link for Email – earlier email to friend was part of ‘Share’ feature. Now a separate link ‘Email’ has been added. You can add a note and … Continue reading Development updates – Week jan 14-19th’ 2013

Third view – Plain text view

Introducing plain text view. Use keyboard shortcut ‘3’ to see your feeds in this view. This view is most favorable among those who follow many(..hundreds) feeds and prefer to quickly skim through their feeds. Takes less time to read more titles.You can click on the title to read full article from the original website or click on the domain name on the left side to … Continue reading Third view – Plain text view

Introducing Keyboard Shortcuts

Introducing Keyboard Shortcuts. Keyboard shortcuts save you time by helping you quickly explore your reading list without moving your hand back and forth between your keyboard and mouse. Here are the keyboard shortcuts for Feedspot: Hit Shift+? to see the keyboard shortcuts menu. When going through thousands of blog posts, news items, photos, etc. a day, it’s important to do this as efficiently as possible. Many … Continue reading Introducing Keyboard Shortcuts