It has been an exciting week for the team here at Feedspot. Last Tuesday we finally launched in private beta and just a few hours later we were lucky enough to be profiled in TechCrunch. We are pleased to say our projections for new signups have been easily surpassed. Naturally we’ve used the beta period so far to learn more about how users prefer to use our product and the response has been overwhelmingly positive. Our inbox and Twitter feed has filled with encouragement and excellent suggestions from eager RSS devourers. After reviewing the feedback so far, it’s clear to us that a lot of people are looking for a new, more social feed reader. This is great news because it means we’re filling a void and on the right track. Since a lot of our beta users signed up via the aforementioned TechCrunch article, most of our members could be described as early-adopters and power-users. That means they aren’t shy about letting us know exactly what needs to be fixed and how to improve going forward. That has been great for us because we thrive on feedback and are working hard to make Feedspot the best feed reader available.List View We are very excited to introduce the option to toggle between expanded and list view. With the addition of list view, readers can now scan more headlines above...Read More
Author: Anuj Agarwal
Last Updated Jan 23, 2019 | Tips
Hello everyone! Feedspot team is very excited to launch its Social Feed Reader in Private Beta. Join us here!. What is Feedspot? Feedspot is a Social Feed Reader. It helps you find out What’s happening, Right Now, with the Topics and News sites you care about. You can follow your favorite Topics and News Sites(more on this below). You can also follow your friends so that you are updated with articles your friends are sharing. Feedspot is a Open and Asymmectric social network. So, if a user ‘John’ Follow’s you on Feedspot, John is notified everytime you share an article. 1. Topics Feedspot lets you create instant news feed for any topic. You can keep yourself updated with any Topic you care about. It could be your favorite celebrity, company, sports team, politician etc. For example - Lets take a look at feed for topic “Apple” http://feedspot.com/Apple Some more examples of Topic pages Usain Bolt Mark Zuckerberg Yankees Feedspot crawls hundreds of thousands of quality blogs and news sites and indexes them using their propriety search algorithm. Results on Topic pages are calculated by our search engine. 2. News Sites Feedspot also lets you follow your favorite News sites and blogs. Just do a simple domain name search eg. autoblog.com or using a RSS link eg http://feeds.autoblog.com/weblogsinc/autoblog/ Homepage Feedspot shows you a river-like stream of posts related to Topics and...Read More
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