Feedly (stylized as feedly) is a news aggregator application for various web browsers and mobile devices running iOS and Android. It is also available as a cloud-based service. It compiles news feeds from a variety of online sources for the user to customize and share with others.

Feedly aggregates, or collects, RSS feeds. An RSS feed provides a method for websites to publish information once and syndicate it automatically amongst millions of subscribers. An aggregator captures, and organizes, feeds to simplify the consumption of news. No longer do we need to constantly revisit the same site, wondering what’s new. Now we only need add RSS feeds to our reader, also known as aggregators, and wait for the news to come to us.

Never miss important stories with Feedly


1. Discover insightful sources

1.1 Publications

Don’t miss a beat from New York Times or any other industry journal you trust

1.2 Blogs

Dive deeper by following blogs from the latest movers, shakers, and thinkers

1.3 YouTube Channels

See new videos from the YouTube channels you follow

1.4 Keyword Alerts

Monitor news about your company, your product, your craft, and your competitors

1.5 Tweets

Follow your favorite twitter influencer or hashtag and never miss crucial updates

1.6 RSS Feeds

Follow anyone on the Web who publishes an RSS feed

2. Never miss important stories

2.1 Organize

Let the web work for you by arranging the content you rely on into easy-to-read feeds.

2.2 Read

Feedly offers a clean, minimalist reading experience optimized for productivity.

2.3 Search

Delve into the specific articles that interest you within your Feedly or within a specific publication.

2.4 Read Later

Save articles and easily get back to them. Tag with Feedly or use favorite web services like Evernote, Pocket, and Instapaper.

2.5 Share

Easily share articles to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, email, and more. Schedule posts with Hootsuite or Buffer.

2.6 Discover

Discover fresh, authoritative voices on niche and broad topics alike. Channel the mainstream or pull from the diamonds in the rough.

3. Collaborate with your teammates

3.1 Shared Feeds

Choose to share what you read with colleagues and networks. Discover what other thought leaders and teammates read.

3.2 Shared Boards

Work with your teammates to curate, comment, and prioritize the best articles about specific topics and ideas.

3.3 Evernote Business

Streamline your curation efforts by saving articles to shared Evernote business notebooks.

3.4 OneNote 365

Fuel your thoughts, ideas, and to-do’s with articles to give you a leg up at work, home, and school.

3.5 Trello

Enrich your projects, cards, and teams with timely content.

3.6 Slack

Empower your teams with articles as they happen and spark insightful conversations.


Feedly comes jam-packed with features that any beginning user will want to learn. Seven key features stand out: Feedly mini, the browser plug-in (currently not available); Buffer Button for social media; the toolbar for social media sharing; the “Must Read” feature; how-to add new content; some of Feedly’s varying layouts; a variety of custom colors and themes.

Feedly Layouts

Feedly offers four differing layouts, which you can change from the top right-hand side of the screen. The four options are: List, magazine, cards and full article. You can switch between the two by clicking on the rightward pointing arrow or you can click on each view individually.

List: List mode displays RSS feeds in pure text, displaying only the title of the article and the first few lines of its text.

Magazine: Magazine mode includes a thumbnail picture from the article’s featured image. Like List mode, Magazine mode provides a terse list of articles and provides utility to anyone that requires seeing each article’s featured image.

Cards: Cards includes a bit more information than either list or magazine display. When you click on any item from within Cards view, the card enlarges, showing some text from the body, the featured image, the tool bar and a direct link to the full text. You can close a card by clicking on the “x” in the upper-right corner of the card.

Full Article: Full article includes the most amount of information, but covers the fewest number of articles. This display mode will mark each article as read as you scroll past them, however, which some users may desire for speedy reading.