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Seeing that it's almost already a common feature on other Feed Readers, what are your thoughts on saving external webpages to BazQux?
This here for example is Feedbin's version of it
Do you think it's possible to implement it here as well or is it beyond your resources?13 votes
Just curious, is there any chance getting TikTok onto the Social Media train here on BazQux. If there's one service that would be able to handle it then it's yours. Or isn't the API giving it away?2 votes
Unfortunately i have this recurring issue with third party apps that allow for swiping where the same article appears multiple times. It's annoying and a waste of time. The only thing these apps habe that Bazqux mobile UI doesn't have is swipe right to left on an article to mark it as read/unread. I also think this method would solve a lot of the other issues listed here, people who are looking for a solution tk keeping unrrad articles unread while scrolling past them, without having to make extra clicks/touches.2 votes
You can now open article menu with a right swipe on mobile
On Feedbin, there is an "Updated" category that shows updated articles, with the possibility to highlight the differences between the latest and previous versions (green and red highlight of the text).
I suppose it shows them only if the word count difference is beyond a certain extent and excludes views/likes/comments counts (otherwise it would become an annoyance to the reader). Moreover, it gives the option to mute updates on a per feed basis.4 votes
(Currently it's the time/date that you star them that is taken into account...)2 votes
Add Apple Pay as payment method! This is the second idea about Apple, the truth I’m in the ecosystem and I guess there are a lot of other people like me!6 votes
Implement Apple login as registration method!! https://developer.apple.com/sign-in-with-apple/
Facebook and Google are already there, I think it would not be a big problem to add the Apple one too!4 votes
For articles too long to read in one sitting – a way to mark the point in the article where you stopped reading.1 vote
Would it be possible to star items the same way we can hide them with filters?
Think of Actions in Feedbin.4 votes
I sometimes get a lot of unread news. When trying to get through it I will always start from today and work my way back since news will still come in and it gets more irrelevant the further back I go. This means that there will be gaps of several days between new content and content i haven't had time to go through. I would like there to be some kind of visible border when I reach the end of new and come to the beginning of the backlog.
This idea could even be expanded to having some kind of…3 votes
Google Reader (FMM rest its soul) had a nifty usability feature: when all feed items were read, it displayed "View all items" instead of items themselves (just like BazQux). However, it displayed all items only once, not switched feed to "Show all" mode.
Use case in point: I've accidentally scrolled too far, marking everything as read. Or I want to look up some of the recent items to share the link. Now I click button, which changes feed settings and disappears altogether, so I have to remember to change settings back, and do it in another place.3 votes
Current mobile screens become bigger and bigger and it's becomes uncomfortable to reach toolbar when it's on top of the screen.
Moving it to the bottom should help
Example: https://imgur.com/a/OARZDpc41 votes
Behance has a feed for every profile located at https://www.behance.net/feeds/user?username=PROFILENAME. It will be cool if BazQux can generate these links automatically.1 vote
The reader has command (hotkey "u") to scroll to the article top. Need new command to jump to the bottom.
Now, if the user wants to see comments after a long article, he should press PgDn many times.2 votes
Currently it's possible to export only urls of subscribed feeds. It would be desirable to be able to export the data that the service stores for the feeds and also user submitted metadata (folders, stars). Like with Google Takeout... to not be locked into the service.1 vote
Along the "Show new" selector it would be useful to have a "Show read" choice with which only those items are shown which are already read.
Raitonale: one might wants to go back to a post that has been read before, or recollect what was read recently. That's really hard with busy feeds where the read ones are like a few percentage of all items.1 vote
For instance, this channel:
Is streaming for 9 hours, but the video of the stream wasn't fetched.
If you look at the RSS:
The streaming (v=V5Upo9ytbBI) is there like any other video.
But BazQux seem to replace the RSS by https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UU3zwjSYv4k5HKGXCHMpjVRg&bq_guid_format=yt%3Avideo%3AVIDEO_ID, which doesn't display streamings.
Is there any way to subscribe to the RSS or to get streamings as it should?1 vote
Mosaic view is the only one without the star button. I view my YouTube feed in mosaic mode and I often need to boorkmark videos to view them later. It's a bit uncomfortable to have to expand each item for the star button to be displayed.1 vote
I use "Mark read on scroll", but some itens I restore as unread when I think it's something like "read it later, but not late enough to deserve a star". Like "read it later, but today".
I use "List view" for some feeds/folders and "Mosaic view" for others, and these two view modes are the only ones without a visible button to mark as unread (without the need to expand the item).
I think the circle button to mark as unread should be visible for these two view modes too. This small change would help a lot without disturbing anything.
The problem: the top of my feed is perpetually clogged with things I want to get around to reading at some point, but not just right now. Meanwhile there are lots of older items I probably would be interested in reading right now (or would mark as read, if I'm no longer interested in them), but I never see them, because I would have to press "j" a hundred times to skip over all the other ones at the beginning.
Potential solution #1: A "send to back" action which moves the item to the end of the list. It is…5 votes
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