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Just noticed that 'Mark unread' link in the footer of each item in Google Reader disappeared.

Tried in different browsers, tried clearing the cache - didn't help. Pressing "M" button does nothing.

How do I get it back?


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Cannot verify -- "Keep Unread" is available to me – Derek Oct 13 '09 at 23:49
When this was first posted I checked and my "keep unread" was gone. However, I just looked again and it is back :-) – Chris_K Oct 14 '09 at 3:22
This happens, it seems, randomly! – drozzy Jun 16 '10 at 13:04
Merge possible: webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/7378/… – random Jan 13 '11 at 3:52

In Google Reader,after subscribe a site,the keep unread is disappear. But if click “all items”,you can see "keep unread" again. maybe this is google reader's bug.


Try to use a mobile device and access Google Reader trough m.google.com/reader . Mark the desired items as stared to access them much easy and there you will have the keep unread feature. Also you can try to revert to the old user interface somehow (for example by disabling javascript in the browser).

Not what the OP asked. – Vidar S. Ramdal Nov 6 '12 at 14:36

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