(Closed) Google Reader

posted 9 years ago in Technology
Post # 3
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134 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

It isn’t too hard – you add the URLs, which you say you have. I put all my blogs in a folder called "blogs". Then, it will update them on your feed as they update, so that for instance, if you have the blogs folder selected, you can read all the new updated entries all together. If you want to start with a clean slate and say that no entries are new, there is a "Mark all as Read" button which will make it so that only the new things after that point will show up as new…

 I am not sure if this helped at all, but this is how I use Google Reader anyway!

Post # 4
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237 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

I love Google Reader. I use Mozilla – click the orange button up in the address window and you can add any feed you want to your list. The first thing I did when I signed up was cleared out all the pre-loaded feeds, it was just too much at once when I was just trying to figure things out. There’s not much too it, you’ll get used to it quck!

Post # 5
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773 posts
Busy bee

I use google reader constantly- it’s one tab that’s always open in my browser.  I read about 70 blogs regularly, so it’s nice to have all my feeds in one place.  If you’re looking for more to read, the browse and recommended sites features are really nice.  All you have to do is add your sites, and every time you log in the new posts in each feed will pop up automatically.  If you’re not a big blog reader, it’s probably not for you, but if you like lots of blogs, it’s really nice for keeping everything organized.  Usually I have safari open with gmail, google reader, facebook, the weddingbee boards, and whatever i’m looking at at the moment.  But I’m a total internet addict 🙂

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