It is proposed add functionality to specify filters by subject or content to hide uninterested articles
I'm working on it right now.
I've already improved the search. Previously it only returned first 100 items. Now it shows all items while you scroll down and also shows number of unread items matching search criteria (only total number was shown previously).
Next thing is ability to apply search to feeds (either to hide items or to show only matched items) and to create separated saved searches.
This would be a very important feature for me, too :
- Filters at feed level to exclude items from being fetched
- Custom filters adding tags or marking articles read
- Saves searches (which would yield more or less the same function)
I'm kind of a pro with Yahoo Pipes but this is not necessarily the same thing as filters/rules on Bazqux level. E.g. I may want to read all articles with keyword "moon" first and then the other larticles later. Or automatically mark all articles with "sun" as read but be able to come back to them later nevertheless.
By the way, the search works already quite fine, so I think we're not that far from a saved search.
I've tried pipes, and it slows everything WAY down, and never really works great, for me at least. I'm a new BazQux user (still in trial) but the addition of this one would DEFINITELY turn me into a longterm user. I'd also go above the minimum for this!!! :p
Laird Broadfield commented
I suggest this is better handled elsewhere so the developer can stick to core elements. Look into Yahoo Pipes or Feedrinse to generate a filtered feed
Aleksei Lysenko commented
точно так-же как это организованно в newsblur. По тагам и по заголовкам. Чертовски удобная штука))
I've had plans to implement this feature. But now priorities shifted so I'll probably get to it not earlier than in few months.