An RSS-Feed basically gives an Update about new and changed
Articles. Most Webpages, Blogs and News portals offer a RSS- or Atom Feed. Add any RSS-Feed
to your BlueSoybean Account,
and we will list all the updated articles for you. You can find out about Feeds by making a search and put
feed URL in your Account, or if you enter a Webpage, we try to find feeds for you. Also
we give some recommendations,
when your Newsfeed is empty.
With BlueSoybean no matter to how many Feeds you are Subscribed, you can always
go through your
new Articles super fast. Just Scroll down and we mark the articles you pass as seen. When you find
you want read, just click and it will open in a new Tab. When you get back to BlueSoybean, all the
haven't seen yet, will be there for you.
You can try it right here!
When you are using a Device with keyboard, we have keyboard shortcuts for
you: k or ↑ select the previous Article. j or ↓ select the next Article. o or →open selected Article in new Tab. rreload your Newsfeed e adds the selected Article to your Recommendations Feed. t opens the Tag Area of the selected Article. s opens the sharing area of the selected Article.
You can try it right here!
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By assigning Tags to Articles you find, you can organise your Articles. You
can even Turn your
tags into new RSS-Feeds other BlueSoybean- and RSS-Users can Subscribe to!
From each Articles share area, you can share Articles directly to Facebook, Whatsapp,
Telegram and LinkedIn. By Using the "Recommend" Button, you add an Article to your
recommendation RSS-Feed, which
can be subscribed to by other BlueSoybean Users (search for an E-Mail Address when adding new Sources) and any
other RSS-Feed user.
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