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How could I possibly speed up the usage of Google Reader? Currently, I'm using the following cycle:

  1. Click on a subscription in the list of subscriptions on the left
  2. Scroll through the list of new items
  3. Read interesting items
  4. Finally, press Shift - A to mark all items as read
  5. Position mouse cursor on the next subscription
  6. Go to 1.

According to the Google Reader Keyboard Shortcuts I would expect the following:

  1. Click on a subscription in the list of subscriptions on the left
  2. Scroll through the list of new items
  3. Read interesting items
  4. Finally, press Shift - A to mark all items as read
  5. Use Shift - N to select the next subscription (without touching the mouse!)
  6. Go to 1.

Shift - N moves the selection to the next subscription. However, the list of new items is not shown for this subscription.

Am I missing something?

How can I tell Google Reader to show the list of new items of the next subscription without using the mouse?

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g u prefix Enter is a quick way to change subscriptions.

Similar for tags: g t prefix Enter

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After Shift+N, you have to Shift+O.

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