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  • Angela Keller

    I would like to know this as well. My GoogleReader used to work but now since I am on Feedly I cannot figure it out!

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  • Julia Yaziji

    Hi Feedly is a RSS reader -- in other words, a tool to read an RSS feed.  It itself is not an RSS feed so it is not possible to add it as a source.

    Maybe Diigo is what you are looking for.  It aggregates multiple RSS into one RSS that can be added as a source, so that this could be a solution for people who want to add multiple RSS as a source.

     

    Julia

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  • Remko Vermeulen

    I would like to use Feedly to curate all articles (already set up hundreds of RSS feeds there, so don't want to move them all over) and would like to add them from there to Paper.li. Any idea how I can do that? 

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  • Julia Yaziji

    Hi Remko,

    Thanks for your comment.  

    Hi Feedly is a RSS reader -- in other words, it's simply a tool to read an RSS feed.  It itself is not an RSS feed so it is not possible to add it as a source.

    Maybe Diigo is what you are looking for.  It aggregates multiple RSS into one RSS that can be added as a source, so that this could be a solution for people who want to add multiple RSS as a source.

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  • Dave Levy

    I have implemented this using IFTTT and delicious. I scrape the "Later" folder and copy to delicious, the delicious feed is consumed by Paper.Li.

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  • Sterling Education Serv

    How do I add delicious as a source for my paper? Can I specify only article with certain tags to add to certain papers?

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  • Joseph Burch

    I understand Feedly is a RSS reader...but by using Categories, it's also an "aggregator" of RSS feeds.  Is it not possible to use a category as a feed?  As someone mentioned above, I've spent a lot of time organizing a LOT links in Feedly and hate to have to switch to a new product.

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  • Dave Levy

    @elizabeth - the delicious rss feed is as follows, http://feeds.delicious.com/v2/rss/davelevy/argentina where davelevy is my user name and argentina is the tag I am using as a search restriction. I reminded myself of this by looking at http://www.dizzysoft.com/how-to-get-rss-feeds-from-the-new-delicious/

    @joseph I have not discovered how to consume rss feeds from feedly. This is why I use IFFT to post my "saved for later" items to delicious.

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  • Julia Yaziji

    Hi Joseph,

    I took a second look at feedly and as Dave says, I don't see a way to create an aggregate RSS feed, so we're not able to pull in anything there.  If you know of a way to create a feed URL, let us know.

     

    Best, Julia

     

     

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  • Rotterdam Mastering

    @Julia Thanks for the Diigo as RSS source option. Will try that immediately since I have many more sources than 25 ;-)

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  • Emprende Cultura

    I followed the method proposed by Dave and it worked very well for me. In fact I created four feeds with different labels. So far so good.

    But my problem is that IFTTT-Deliccious recipe is not working well. Sometimes it is published in Delicious and sometimes not.

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