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You can now on a item-by-item basis. The quickest way is using the keyboard shortcuts n to select the next article in the current feed and then m to toogle read status to unread.
After testing many different solutions (see my question above for more information), I discarded my approach to use Email. Instead I've subscribed to the RSS feeds of the newsletters and use IFTTT recipes to automatically save new feed items to Pocket. Subscribe to the feed(s) via RSS Create a new IFTTT recipe Choose Feed trigger channel Choose New feed ...
Click "Prefs" in the upper left (just under your name) In the preferences panel scroll to the "Sharing" section Turn off Pintrest integration
Maximize the width of your browser window. I found your question when googling the same, and just found the answer on another site. Worked for me in Chrome, but I had to maximize it ALL the way, not just close.
Click the Subscribe button Paste in the link to the feed. In your case: http://www.javaworld.com/community/node/1390/feed Click 'Add' to complete the process.
According to the Feedly blog it will work after the Google Reader shutdown: Google announced today that they will be shutting down Google Reader. This is something we have been expecting for some time: We have been working on a project called Normandy which is a feedly clone of the Google Reader API – running on Google App Engine. When Google ...
In the absence of other solutions I'm currently just clipping things into evernote, into a special 'read later' notepad - evernote takes care of the syncing on all devices and everything works wonderfully.
The hackish way to do it is to use the built in developer tools of a browser like Firefox with the Web Developer extension or Chrome with the built in Developer Tools. In Chrome for example: Open up Feedly Go to View -> Developer -> Developer Tools This will bring up the Developer Tools bar at the bottom of your browser window. Then hover over any of ...
This feature was implemented on 3/6/2014. [source] Simply click the tag in the left menu, then click the Delete button near the name of the tag. You'll be warned that the tag will be permanently removed from all included articles (even if the tag is empty). Confirm the deletion and it will be gone.
After a bit of looking around I found the answer myself: Feedly blog: Migrating your tagged articles from Google Reader to feedly Unfortunately it's not fully automated and you have retype some of them yourself.
I don't think it's possible yet, but I would love to be proven wrong.
Apparently you cannot for now. Probably Feedly uses some of Chrome's application tools.
Based on the previous comments, it seems that the navigation panel will automatically stay pinned or unpinned depending on the amount of space available to show the main panel. So depending on the size of your display font, your screen resolution, the width of your browser window etc., the pane will remain pinned or unpinned. My suggestions are: Reduce ...
I found out by accident that zooming out/making the text smaller is the solution. Press Ctrl + - (Command + - on Mac) key whilst viewing the page in your browser. The sidebar auto-hide will now stop.
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