That's great news - we're glad to have you :)! We took a look, and it seems that our library isn't able to process certain non-valid RSS feeds that other libraries (such as Feedly's) are able to.
The development team is going to see if they can make our library more tolerant so that they work in our service. I've also contacted Czech Crunch directly to see if they can fix their feed.
Thanks very much for reporting this to us and we'll do our best to get this figured out.
Nothing is showing up in my home , social or reader views. I have added all my accounts and they all show up in the settings as beinger there and the feeds say I have 125 but no info is deisplaying on the /items page at all.
Hi Matt, Sorry for the delay! We are aware of the problems and doing everything we can to fix it immediately. Thanks for your patience!
One case is as follows:
When I log out and log in, after about five minutes the updates downloads. Next download of updates is about an hour later and nothing more (not even after next two hours). I must log out and log in again and wait about five minutes to get new items.
Sorry to hear you're having issues. I'm forwarding this report to the team now, and I'll update this as soon as I know more.
Thanks for your patience!
UPDATE: Our developers are aware of the problem and working to fix it. It's a longer standing issue that we've been trying to solve so I apologize for any inconvenience!
Any way to just show a collapsible list of feeds under the headings on the left, rather then the multi-column pop-over, a la google reader? Otherwise, great work!
We're glad to here you like it! I will add this to list of suggestions/feedback that is up for review. Thanks for the feedback! :)
I have notice that most other rss feeds service have browser extensions or at least browser applications that redirect them to the rss feeds website from the applications. Also the browser extensions has a feed counter on how many of the feeds from website or blog have been unread or have just been added. I just like to suggest if it not already in development for a browser extensions or a browser applications for browser like Google Chrome or Mozilla FireFox.
Nice to hear from you again and great suggestion. I've added it to the list for the team to discuss and I'll update this as I find out more. We really appreciate you taking the time to share your ideas with us!
In list view it is quite easy to read an article without actually clicking on it. It would be great if after say 10 seconds or some amount of time the topic was marked as read instead of having to actually click on an article in order to achieve this.
UPDATE: After a lot of discussion with the team, we have decided not to implement this feature. Sorry for any inconvenience!
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