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Please add shortcut that allows open feed in the background without moving to it every time you open a new tab. For example, key B or V - open this feed in background card as for example is in other RSS readers.7 votes
Done. Press ‘b’ on selected message to open link in background. Works in Chrome/Safari and latest Opera.
This is probably the feature I miss the most from google reader.184 votes
After reviewing with the service I realized that it does not fit me. I haven't found corresponding button deleting the account with all the data.
Just do it.32 votes
It seems like it stops working whenever I'm in the empty page (i.e. showing 'Folder "Latest" has no unread items.'). If I press 'r' nothing happens but doing a browser reload brings up the new items.10 votes
When using list view, Esc key should close the current article, just like clicking on the title grey band.
And the r key should refresh.
These are two features of Feedly I miss in BQ. Otherwise, after extensive testing Feedbin, Digg, Feedly, AOL, and many others, BQ is the best in my opinion.1 vote
Escape works. ‘r’ will work when I add auto refresh (probably this week).
It would be great to have a blog (or RSS feed only even) dedicated for BazQux updates.1 vote
Yo can subscribe to http://blog.bazqux.com
Currently, clicking the Mark As Read button also clears the article list view. There's no functional value to clearing the view, whereas if the read-state were updated but the list left intact, the user could (for example) mark all as read and then still view or mark unread the one or two remaining interesting articles.13 votes
Please create a bookmarklet to subscribe to feeds.8 votes
Drag Subscribe link from the bottom of this post
http://blog.bazqux.com/2013/11/public-feeds-ifttt-keyboard-navigation.html to your bookmarks bar.
(link is also available in Resources section of Help).
Please add ability to send post to instapaper.3 votes
It’s already here. Look in share menu (top right corner of article)
While you're using the space bar to scroll along, Even if an article is 1.5 pages long, when you click SPACE again, the next article should stop at the top of the reading pane. Basiclaly a hybrid page\down and next article behavior.3 votes
Spacebar now doesn’t select next article until current one is fully read. That means that next article is always scrolled to top when it selected on the next spacebar press.
I rarely read the comments, and having them populate is annoying--yes, I can collapse them post-by-post, but a permanent collapse, or, even better, a permanent unsubscribe from comments, would be very, very nice.3 votes
There are 5 view mode buttons below filter. All except first are with comments collapsed.
You can select “Latest” and press ‘2’ to collapse comments in all feeds
Perhaps I'm missing it, but there only seems to be a way add new sites. Please provide a mechanism for removing subscriptions.1 vote
Select the feed and click Unsubscribe in drop down menu above articles list (“N New” / “Show all” button)
I don't know how feasible this is or is not, but I'd like a means of disabling comment feeds. I personally don't watch the comment feeds, so I'd like to just eliminate them.1 vote
Just select Latest and press ‘2’ — it will set view mode with collapsed comments for all feeds.
An option so that after all items in one feed are read, automatically advance to the next feed. (saves keystrokes/mouse clicks)16 votes
Spacebar or j/n on the last post now automatically advances to the next unread feed
It’s now possible to Shift+Click on post header to mark it read
Looks like GR is working slightly faster on getting news.3 votes
I think that feed fetching rate is more or less adequate. Nobody had voted for this since 2013 so I’m closing it.
Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't find any way to move a feed OUT of a folder back to the top level. Once I put a feed in a folder, it seems to be stuck there, or it can be moved to another folder, but not OUT of all folders.3 votes
Just go to Folders menu and remove checkbox from current folder.
Allows for RSS to be virtually real-time, rather than fixed polling period.4 votes
Supported over a year ago. But not all feeds support PubSubHubbub
Options (top-right corner) => Subscriptions => Show updated
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