Jump-start your automation by manually running Rules

Many of our users absolutely love Rules and use them in all sorts of creative ways to automate their content organization and sharing. But since rules can only be applied to new items in your Inoreader, it is harder to make sure you’ve set up your rule correctly and to check how the rule will […]

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See only relevant content with filtered feeds

The information overload is a very real modern “disease”. Even if you have a very narrow interest, most media’s generalist approach means you’ll have to sift through content in order to get to the few jams you’re actually interested in. Now you can tackle this problem with our newest feature – feed filtering. It enables […]

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Inoreader How-to: Monitor hot topics with Active Search

You can subscribe to lots of different feeds, but especially if you follow multi-topic sites, it’ll be hard to have all information about a specific topic in one place. You may well follow Engadget, The Verge and Wired, but you may also want to have the Android-related articles in one dedicated place. This is where […]

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Follow all the news from Comic-Con with Inoreader

Comic-Con is one of the best events of the year for true nerds (like me). It’s not just a show – it’s a place where news get broken about a myriad of TV series, sci-fi movies, book series and everything related to that specific culture. The 46th edition of Comic-Con starts on Thursday and we […]

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IFTTT – useful recipes and giveaway winners

We launched our Inoreader IFTTT channel just over 2 weeks ago and the response by the community has been tremendous. We’re happy you find this integration useful – it took us lots of time and effort and it’s great to see what our users are doing with it. An amazing launch Just 4 days into […]

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