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Listening and learning – Article to article swipe

The Mobile+AI Lab is now 4,000 strong! It is an incredible learning opportunity for us. It feels great to see the community actively participate in the key design decisions. The most popular feature request from the past 2 weeks is the ability to swipe between open articles. John took some time this week to enable swiping […]



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How to Send Newsletters On Demand

There are some common questions about the “send now” feature for team newsletters. Here is a quick reference to guide you through the steps. If you have a suggestion on how we can improve, or a question about this Feedly Teams feature, feel free to ask us in the comments below or in the app! […]



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Experience 06 – Discovery and the Web

We love the Web because it is an open and distributed network that offers everyone the freedom and control to publish and follow what matters to them. We also love the web because it has enabled a new generation of content creators (Ben Thompson, Bruce Schneier, Tina Eisenberg, Seth Godin, Maria Popova, etc.). Those independent […]



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First Five Experiments

We built the Feedly mobile application over the last five years by making one small change at a time. This steady, incremental process allowed us to focus on giving you the best desktop experience possible. Now, we are launching a brand new mobile app with a new design. Building the app from scratch gives us […]



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Bug Hunt Week

The Mobile+AI Lab community is now 392 people strong! This move to a more open and transparent process has been extremely rewarding: we are collecting great ideas and getting instant feedback on some of the bolder changes we are exploring. (See the detailed changelog below.) We are also getting a lot of great bug reports. […]



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Happy #BookLoversDay!

Books have the power to inspire, connect, and educate. Today in honor of Book Lovers Day, here are some of the books that have inspired the Feedly team as lifelong learners. What’s on your must-read list right now? What recent read inspired you to see the world in a new way? Tweet at us, or […]



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Experiment 05 — Night Mode

Some of you really love to read Feedly at night, or you prefer to read in night mode all day. In Mobile+AI Lab Experiment 05, we have a new night mode theme that turns Feedly into a friendly low-light experience. To turn on night mode, open the left navigation bar, scroll to the bottom, and […]



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Experiment 04 — Mark As Read

We collected lots of great insights in the last four weeks on people’s mark-as-read workflows. In Experience 04, we are adding to the lab application five different ways to mark articles as read. Option 1. Tap on the check button on the top right of the page to mark the content of the page a […]



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Experiment 03 — Access all your feeds, boards, and sources

We are very grateful for the feedback, ideas, and bugs reported by the Lab community. Thank you for your participation. In Experience 03, we started to integrate some of your suggestions. You can now open the left selector and access your feeds, boards, and sources. We hope that this will help us get more refined feedback […]



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Experiment 02 — Title-only, Magazine, and Card Views

We all have different preferences when it comes to the layout of the lists of articles we skim. Some people prefer text only, some prefer large images, some prefer a mix of both. We created different views to let you personalize Feedly to what works best for you. The purpose of Experiment 2 is to […]



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