Feedbin vs Feedly
Last updated: February 26, 2020
A fast, simple RSS feed reader that delivers a great reading experience.
Feedly is RSS news aggregator application for various Web browsers and mobile devices running iOS and Android, also available as a cloud-based service. It compiles news feeds from a variety of online sources for the user to customize and share with others.
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2020. Feedly adds AI-based news research assistant
Feedly introduced Leo - AI research assistant for reading news. With Leo, instead of spending hours going through hundreds of articles every day, you can free your mind, focus on what matters, and save time. Leo allows you to prioritize topics, trends, and keywords of choice; deduplicate repetitive news; mute irrelevant information; summarize articles, and so much more. You can ask Leo to read all the articles and prioritize the most insightful ones in the new Priority Tab. Articles prioritized by Leo have a green priority label, which gives you a clear understanding of why the article was prioritized. You can then take further actions such as Refine Priority, Pause or Remove that priority. When you save an article to a board, Leo considers that action a positive signal that reinforces Leo’s learning. When Leo is wrong, you can use the “Less Like This” down arrow button to correct Leo and refine future recommendations.
2017. News reading app Feedly gets filters
RSS reader Feedly added Filters, that automatically remove stories from your feeds, based on
2017. Feedly adds team boards, notes and annotations
News reading service Feedly has introduced Boards, a feature that makes it easier to organize the stories you want to save for yourself, or share with others on a team. This feature is ideal for business users and co-workers who want to track stories about clients, projects or other interests. You can add story to a board of your choosing or save it to multiple boards. The Teams product is where Boards can become even more useful. When you save a story to shared board, you can mark it up with added context. For example, you can highlight key parts of an article and annotate the article with your expanded thoughts or ideas. Plus, you can notify fellow teammates using integrated Slack and email mentions. Boards, Notes, and Highlights will also work on any device including the web and mobile, via the Feedly app. Basic accounts can only create up to 3 private Boards. For unlimited boards, you’ll need to upgrade to Pro ($5/mo.) or Teams ($18/mo. per user).
2015. Feedly news reader adds Shared Collections for business users
Feedly’s business model smartly targets those who take in a lot of information from a variety of sources on a regular basis. That includes business professionals tracking industry news, among others. The new feature Shared Collections, only available to Pro subscribers, lets you create collections of reading sources which can be shared publicly or privately. Effectively, it’s a simple way to take a group of sources you’re already subscribed to and actively reading within Feedly, and click a button to make them available to others. It allows users to share the collection of blogs, publications, YouTube channels and alerts. A “Pro” version of Feedly’s service, which includes a powerful search feature and integrations with third-party tools like Evernote, Pocket, OneNote, LinkedIn, Dropbox and more, is available for $3.75 per month, billed annually.