Popular RSS reader service Feedly has this week released a new update to its online user interface which is added a new slider viewing pane that allows users to read content in a card that slides open from the right edge of your screen.
The new feature has been added to help users read content easier and Feedly has made it even easier to jump back to your main list of unread articles and the content from your favourite sites.
The Feedly RRS content reader service was created when Google decided to close down their Google reader service which left users without an alternative solution. Feedly explains a little more about their new slider viewing pane in addition.
“When you have an article open, the slider article card includes left / right navigation buttons that make it simple for you to quickly page through unread content using your mouse. As always, you can use the ‘j’ and ‘k’ keyboard shortcuts to navigate through articles, as well.
The slider makes it even easier to share your favorite content, because sharing buttons are always kept visible while reading, especially when scrolling down long articles.”
For more information on the new Feedly Slider jump over to the Feedly Blog website for details.
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