[flickr]21367593[/flickr]I’m a self-confessed RSS junkie, I ❤ RSS, so when topping up my feeds I wanted a quick way to add to Feedly (my current RSS reader of choice). I already use the Chrome RSS Subscription Extension (by Google) which gives me a handy icon in my address bar when a feed is detected.
Unfortunately though it doesn’t have Feedly as a service …
Clicking on ‘Manage…’ gives the rather daunting
A quick search for a Feedly specific url turned up Add Feedly to Firefox’s Feed Handlers List and I recognised that the browser.contentHandlers.types.#.uri would do the trick. So using the following in the Edit feed reader dialog:
- Description: Feedly
- URL http://cloud.feedly.com/#subscription/feed/%s
I back to my feed munching ways
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Very nice. However I use AOL RSS Reader. Do you what URL should I use for AOL Reader?
I think it might be http://feeds.my.aol.com/add.jsp?url=%s (there is a nice list of possible other service urls here http://webdesign.about.com/od/rsstools/tp/rss_buttons.htm )
hmmm. that seems work but only half way. Looks like the AOL Reader subscription by URL can’t handle an encoded URL. Probably a bug in the AOL Reader. I will notify the support team…….
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