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Library Technology – Reviews, Tips, Giveaways, Freeware Google Reader Alternative

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Smarter Searching – Quickly find articles you are looking for in half the time using Advanced Search Filters. See unlimited results. Make unlimited queries

Advanced Sharing – One-click save to your Evernote, Pocket, Instapaper, Readability, Buffer, Twitter and Facebook account. Save Unlimited items.

RSS Feeds – Get RSS feed for your favorites, shared items, tags and all your folders.

Keyword Tracking – Track the Web for interesting new content. Get updates of the latest relevant results(news, blogs, etc.) based on your keywords. Track unlimited Keywords.

Top Priority support – Have a question or problem? You’ll be sent to the front of the queue for faster support response.

3 things you need to know

Feedspot is a little bit different. In addition to basic rss reader features like tagging, folder organization, keyboard shortcuts, list/expanded view, sorting etc., get to know these 3 new features and you’ll never look back.

  1. Search
    • Search within the feeds you follow
  2. Sharing features
    • Post your Favorites and Shared items automatically to Facebook, Twitter, Pocket, Bufferapp, Readability, Instapaper and Evernote.
    • Feedspot provides RSS feeds for all your Folders, Tags, Favorites and Shared items.
    • Find friends and Follow them to see posts shared by them in your news feed.
    • Share external link, Image, video or text status update.
    • Share a post with note.
  3. Folders
    • You can search for public folders created by other users and follow those folders. Try technology, comics, psychology, web design or any other topic of your interest.
    • Feedspot also lets you share your folders with your friends, family and co-workers.

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