Additions to rules #4 (new triggers and chaining of multiple rules)

If you are already using Inoreader, chances are that you already use rules or at least heard of them. Simply said they are an automatic way to organize and manage articles in your Inoreader, just like you organize your email. If you haven’t had the chance, check out our previous posts about how to save […]

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Quickly create new Rules and Filters with the new “Copy from” feature

Surely you should have discovered Rules and Filtered feeds by now. If you haven’t, you are missing on a whole lot of fun with automation and productivity boost. Today we are making those two features even better with the addition of one little, but powerful tool. You can now quickly create new Rules by copying […]

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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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Inoreader How-to: Save time with Rules

Our new how-to post will bring all the power of rules – an automatic way to organize and manage articles in your Inoreader. Read on to see more about rules and how to use them, and don’t forget to check all our other how-tos. What are rules? Rules are a handy way to automate your […]

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Additions to rules #3

Rules can be a very handy way to automate your reading workflow and perform different actions based on content filters in near-real-time. You can tag, mark or send articles as they arrive in your reader, with a wide array of options. If you’re using Rules in Inoreader, you will be happy to know we have […]

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OneNote Integration

For a long time Inoreader allowed you to save any article to read-later and note-taking applications like Pocket, Instapaper, Readability and Evernote. This gives you the ability to curate interesting finds on the web beyond the internal capabilities of Inoreader. We know that power users love the share data between apps, to integrate and to […]

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