I've noticed that a number of my RSS feeds haven't updated. Of the 23 that I clear out regularly, only 4 have updated in the last 18 hours. Not all of these sites will have new content, but there are several which definitely do (e.g. arstechnica.com, techdirt.com).
Looking at previous issues, it appears that this has happened several times in the past. In all cases, Flow Reader staff have done something which has fixed the problem, but it appears temporary at best.
I've had this problem in the past, when I had fewer feeds. Deleting the feed and adding it back in fixed the issue in that case, but that's a workaround at best.
Could you please:
- Fix my immediate problem, so that my feeds come through.
- Look at what causes the issue and, if it's something that can be automated, provide a link somewhere in the UI for users to do this on their own.
- If the fix can't be automated and is typically fixes itself after some time, provide a method for users to force a refresh of one/all of their RSS feeds. A manual update is better than no update.
Thanks so much! It's great to hear that you like FlowReader - it really means a lot to us. We'd love to hear if you have any ideas or suggestions that you'd like to see us add in the future and feel free to let us know if you need any help!
Have a great Friday!
The reader is very nice but I cannot use it as is as I really dislike the standard list form most readers use. The Expanded View provides a nice alternative however it does not offer the convenience of the readerview popup which is very clean. Therefore, I do hope in the future you will implement a reader view which runs with the Tile View, or at least the expanded view.
Thank you so much for reporting this problem to us! I apologize for any inconvenience this has caused.
I've passed this on to the developers, and we're working on getting this fixed for you.
Have a great day,
Unfortunately, the settings in Flowreader (such as sort order and view) are not saved. After terminating the Android app or even on the desktop, after terminating the browser session, the settings are discarded, and you have to set them again. These should be permanently linked to the account settings.
It would be great to display moving GIFs in preview of the article on your web. Some articles are e.g. just about one moving GIF and it's annoying if one has to reopen it in new window to see the GIF moving.
This refresh messages "X new articles" and "X new tweets" no longer appear at the top of the page in home page.
Now, I need to complete refresh the page with F5 to see the new articles/tweets.
Thanks to fix it
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