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One of the best aspects of RSS content readers is that, unlike social networks, you are in complete control of your information sources. You say “I want to get updates from X, Y and Z and you know you will never see anything from a source that you don’t trust. This is great and all, but what if there are already other sources that post excellent content and you’ve missed them for some reason? If you don’t switch to discovery mode every now and then, you will stay in the dark, while content is just there, waiting for you.
Today, we are introducing our new feed recommendation system, called “Feeds you might like” and here’s how it works.
Occasionally while you browse your subscriptions the new feature will trigger. It will check the context you are currently in and will try to recommend you the most relevant sources to the surrounding content. We have spent a lot of time optimizing the recommendation system and we hope it will be useful to you.
If you don’t like recommendations and prefer not to be bothered, simply click “Do not show this again” and it they will disappear forever.
You can also always get recommendations based on any source at any time just by right-clicking the feed in your tree and choosing “More like this” from the menu:
What do you think about the new feature? Do you like it or hate it? Can we improve it for you? Tell us below.
The Inoreader team