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I'd like to be able to search/filter the text in a url, either the specified link for the feed item, the address of links and pictures in the feed item's content, or both. (Assuming this sort of thing isn't possible yet.)1 vote
Added ability to search for links in posts. Use link:example.com or link:http://www.example.com/some/page or link:example.com/*
Use item_link:example.com/post1 to ignore links in article text and only search for articles which itself link to specific URL.
Maybe you could add some fonts to choose from.
I also would like to see an option so make the default fontsize a little bit smaller.7 votes
I use PC and Iphone version of Bazqux. In the PC version, tags are not alphabetical and are mixed up and takes me time to fined the tags and article. For the Iphone version, they are alphabetical and much easier to find and tag articles.1 vote
Sorry for very late reply. Just right click on the “Tags” in left panel and click “Sort tags”. Perhaps they were accidentally reordered using drag and drop so they’re no longer ordered alphabetically.
Just curious, how come that line breaks aren't shown properly in Bazqux. The text is always strung together in one line even though line breaks were made as you can see it on Twitter.1 vote
Thank you for reporting it. I just forgot to implement it. New tweets will have proper line breaks.
Have you thought about integrating the Twitter plugin to show embed Tweets in articles properly?
Some Feeds provide a full article view, so I can comfortably read them on bazqux. But whenever Tweets are embed I have to navigate to the website to see the full content of it, which kinda kills the workflow.3 votes
Done. Recent posts should show embedded tweets fine.
I would like the ability to filter twitter feeds more effectively using tags. For instance, if I subscribe to some company's twitter account, I might not want to see retweets or replies in my feed, so if BQ could automatically add tags such as "twitterrt" and "twitterreply" to relevant feed items, they could be easily filtered out.
I don't care about hashtags on twitter, but it seems like a natural extension of my suggestion to have BQ add hashtags in a tweet as actual tags.2 votes
There are now two URL parameters exclude_replies and exclude_retweets that you could add to Twitter URL.
Done. It’s now possible to subscribe to Instagram accounts, tags and locations.
Today youtube discontinued support for their APIv2 so all RSS links in format https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/base/users/USERNAME/uploads?alt=rss&v=2&orderby=published&client=ytapi-youtube-profile is now not working
The new RSS url is https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?user=USERNAME
Is it possible to update all RSS url's with old url to the new one? I subscribed to about a hundred channels and importing them all manually ill be a hassle. I imagine I'm not the only one
You can read more about it here http://www.reddit.com/r/youtube/comments/339idg/youtube_just_dropped_its_support_for_rssatom_feeds/
Lets say you go away for a while. Maybe you go on vacation, loose interest in news, or just in general get busy in life. You come back after a week or 5 and see you have thousands of articles to sort. It's a shock to the system and creates undue anxiety.
A nice feature would be to simply allow articles to
- become marked as read
- be move someplace else or flagged
- deleted altogether as if they never existed
I believe this would be a very nice feature and one that I would enjoy.3 votes
There is already such functionality here.
“Mark all as read” button has drop down menu (click on the triangle on the right side of the button). You can mark items older than a day/week/two weeks/month/year as read.
I have a couple subscription rss feeds (podcasts) that use http auth to get the paid version.
Bazqux doesn't appear to support http://user:password@feedurl (or is there a particular way I have to enter the URL?)3 votes
Supported since last year. Sorry for not updating.
at Item ids section there is a list of supported options. They are the same as in Google Reader API.
I really don't want my BazQux account dependent on other sites. Remembering which service I used is a bit fraught.3 votes
I would like a url option that will allow public feed to only display new items. No reason to grab hundreds of items on the feed when there may be only like 5 unread items.1 vote
option to feed URL.
Internally public feeds are just shortcuts for API calls and they handle API options (like n=100 for example)
It would be nice to allow public feeds to exceed 20 items.
Maybe an option can be added to the URL to select a limit (Like doing &limit=#)?1 vote
Add ?n=100 to public feed URL. Up to 1000 elements can be returned.
I’ve added ability to subscribe to youtube playlists. Subscribing to youtube channel now subscribes to its “uploads” playlist.
For correct subscribing to channel it’s necessary to get videos from all channel’s playlists, which can make too many requests.
It'd be nice to have a way to mark a subset of my feeds as "must read" and then be able to browse a stream of only my "must read" feeds. As it stands, I can't both have my feeds categorized into topic folders and also be able to read only a subset of them - I have to either read everything (through Latest), or read a single feed/folder at a time.
An alternate option would be to simply allow me to toggle whether a feed shows up in Latest or not.3 votes
I think it’s more or less adequately solved with putting feed into “Must read” folder (and feeds could be in multiple folders, although yes, it’s non-obvious).
I'm a Windows 8.1 user with a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro which has very high resolution (retina like). The reading experience is quite good, but the top menu is bit small to hit accurately. I suggest you flatten the menu to a single line and make the targets 50% larger. To fit this all in, shorten the text on the "+Add Subscription" and "Mark all as Read" and the filter box.8 votes
BazQux Reader now has a nice mobile web interface
I am a security focused guy. I would love support for google authenticator :-)1 vote
As I understand 2-factor Auth works fine with Google, Facebook and Twitter logins.
I'm not sure if the password requirements (for mobile login) are very simple, but they're not documented, and when you try to set one you just get 'invalid password'.
That's either a UX bug or a documentation. But since there's not really any good reason not to allow complex passwords, I'm going to guess it's a UI bug.1 vote
It’s already stated on the right side of password field (“must be non-empty”).
And I’ve just duplicated it in the error text too. Thank you for the idea!
Add a bind that will open the URL for the article through Google Translate.1 vote
It’s already here. Press Shift+V or Shift+B to open translated article. It also available in share menu (look at the last screenshot in http://blog.bazqux.com/2013/10/drag-and-drop-subscriptions-reordering.html )
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