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Because of the announced shutdown of Google Reader, I'm giving feedly a try. It seems okay, but one thing that really pains me after linking it to Reader is that lots of categories are showing even if they have no unread items in them.
In Google Reader, I had over a 100 categories, but I set it to only display the ones that had unread items in them.

Feedly shows all of these categories in non-alphabetical order, which feels extremely cluttered. Is there some way to fix this?


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I don't think it's possible yet, but I would love to be proven wrong.

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Care to expand on this? – phwd Mar 18 '13 at 19:08
Given the amount of votes for this uservoice suggestion I'm inclined to believe you. It's funny, most of the feature requests there are somehow aimed at making feedly more like Reader. – oKtosiTe Mar 19 '13 at 19:44

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