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  1. RSS Guard - Inoreader integration plug-in incoming

    Great news, Martin! I think the more you can use the Inoreader API, the best it would be! The ability to create/edit/rename/delete tags would be great and to tag items inside RSS Guard would be great. I believe it's not a feature you propose in RSS Guard but social sharing would also be great! ar And I'm not sure to understand if RSS Guard have the ability the "depth" of items archiving (can we decide for example that the items of a feed/folder is archived during n days/weeks/months/years?) Cheers Serge
  2. I know I'm demanding a lot, like the times I was asking you to build a standalone but integrated service for filtering and another one for transforming news web pages in RSS (like FetchRSS or Feedity). I still think It could be a good idea :-)! Monitoring professionnals have to build daily/weekly reports about what they find on the Web. One of the main way they send these reports to their clients or colleagues (not only, team colleagues) are still through newsletters. But it's deeply time consuming! And especially, these newsletters are always multithematic (for example E-reputation, Competitors, Sector news, Legal news...). The solution I use is to automate newsletters in MailChimp through RSS Campaigns... But it's a difficult operation! And mostly, you can't build multithematic newsletters recieving several RSS feeds. So I dream of a new service, integrated in Inoreader but wich could be used alone, that could send automaticaly newsletters build with blocks containing all the news tagged with a specific tag. A service with drag and drop building, like Mailchimp. A service with a neat subscriber management and analytics! Easy, no ? Best regards, Serge PS : And you certainly know that Feedly is preparing such a feature.
  3. Basic Changing - August 1

    Really strange reactions here! Wesson, as usual, have quiely explained why they're removing advanced features for free plans! And you know what? I can understand it! It's all about abuses, here! It's about costs! Don't you really think it's time consuming and also technicaly difficult to make the distinction between good and bad users? Yes we are "paying" because of abusers. And "grandfathering" is just unrealistic! Come on guys, what are we talking about? You are using a free tool! A FREE TOOL! And some of you are arguiing about ads? Come on! Do you think the guys in Inoreader live from love and fresh water? Just put yourself in their place for 2 minutes! (Just try!) Even with the new Free Plan, Inoreader is much more advanced that any other tool! Even if some of the of the features are not sufficiently finalized. Even if Feedly is a bit more innovative these times! Free Feedly plan for example is limited to 100 feeds, you don't have search feature, you don't have outgoing RSS feeds and you don't have persons responding friendly to problems in an hour. By the way if you miss Twitter filtering, you can easily use Feed.exileed, Queryfeed, Publicate.it or even Zapier. And are we talking about the price? 4$/month for Pro features? OK, here in France it's costing me 2 coffees in a bar... per month. 2 coffees! And for 2 coffees I have a deeply valuable professionnal service!
  4. Filter out similar articles in RSS feed

    I definetly agree with Emilie even if I assume it could raise some technical issues for you. Such filter works only in the "unread" area of a feed or folder view, isn't it? But for people like me (us) wich use regularly Inoreader's RSS export feature to autoblog or feed a Mailchimp RSS newsletter... that would be great!
  5. Filter articles by language

    Hi, remember that if you ever monitor a search in Twitter, you can use the "lang:" syntax to filter language For example Inoreder lang:fr OR lang:en -RT Where lang:fr is for french and lang:en for english (for other languages look at the ISO 639-1 norm). -RT is to suppress retweets. In google alert (that you can monitor through RSS, you can also filter by language (one par alert)
  6. JSON Feed Support

    Oh Greaaat! I didn't noticed you did!
  7. JSON Feed Support

    And what about having the choice between RSS and JSON Feed in the tag/folder export feature?
  8. JSON Feed Support

    Agree :-)! Here is a simple JSON Feed viewer with some feed examples: https://json-feed-viewer.herokuapp.com/
  9. Feed Filter not working

    Greaaaat! Thanks so much, guys!
  10. Feed Filter not working

    No change at all... ! "Just" add a radio button on top of the filter to choose between "REMOVE" and... let's say "LET PASS"! With the "LET PASS" button checked as default!
  11. Feed Filter not working

    The way Inoreader presents filter is totally illogical, and several users have tried for months to convince the team (without success) to tweak the UI. Your screenshot shows that you perhaps didn't notice that in Inoreader's way of implementing filters, they only consider that a filter have to "REMOVE" something (look at the first sentence). So if you want to get news wich CONTAINS "VR", you have to REMOVE (default way) news that "DOESN'T CONTAIN" "VR" ! It would be so simple to have the opportunity to decide wether we want that a filter "PERMIT" or "BLOCK"! Come on guys, one more times, tweak this!
  12. Support for the "category" tag

    Could it be possible to make the filter works with <dc:subject> tag (an alternative of <category> for Dublin Core? Or it would be great to let us the option to decide wich tag to filter. There where a brilliant "tag discovery feature" in Yahoo Pipes :-)!
  13. Hi, all excerpts are now displaying HTML tags. Best regards Serge
  14. Making feeds with issues more visible

    Would be cool to have a notification (upper right of the UI) when a feed poses problem!
  15. Always open some feeds with Readability

    Just to say that... Readability shot down month ago. But you perhaps now that Mozilla just bought Pocket and will become open source!