(Note: see the June 25th update at the beginning of this post for the current URL if you’ve been moved over to the Feedly Cloud.) Now, simply preview the RSS feed you want in Firefox using the normal method or copy the link to an RSS feed.
Then in the address bar, either insert a “f(space)” (or whatever keyword you decided on) in front of the URL if it’s already showing or type “f(space)” followed by the URL to the RSS Feed: After pressing enter, you should see the new page being displayed within Feedly’s context. (oh, as of this writing I am using Firefox v19.0.2).
If you run Adblock, HTTPSEverywhere, Awesome screenshot etc..
It is probably because one of your extensions is blocking it.
Then, right-click the bookmark and select properties so that the following dialog is shown: Like I’ve done, change the Name to something more meaningful, and most importantly, change the Location to be sure to add the “%s” at the end.
Then add a keyword, such as “f” like I have done, and click Save.
Instead, feeds are pulled directly from your Internet Explorer Feed Subscriptions. First, let’s bring the gadget to the visible desktop. You can select to display all of your subscribed IE feeds or just one of your favorites. It’s sleek, its minimalist, and it keeps you updated.
Update June 25, 2013: Thought I better update this post.
Although it’s not as robust as Google Reader, it’s good enough for keeping track of just a few feeds real-time which can be handy for news sites or groovy Post!
🙂 Unlike the gadget from Windows Vista, the new Feed Reader does not manage its own list of RSS feeds. Share How To Manage and Organize Windows 7 Feed Reader 1.
It’s got some of its own little quirks (which some may not even notice).
Version 10.2 is still available on the Firefox Add-On site (actually, they keep most of the older versions archived).
As such, my URL to add a RSS feed into Feedly has changed from what is used below.