This is one in a series of posts that describe what I use and how I use it for genealogy. These are all personal observations and recommendations based on my experiences over the years. It is my hope that these will help others become better researchers and give them the tools to do this efficiently and easily and to enjoy the process!
Some of my favorite features include being able to save things for later, being able to share blogs with others through email, and that it can sort in a variety of ways. Adding content is easy and, conversely, so is removing it if I find it not to be interesting to me.
You can opt to login to the free version using your Google or Facebook profile, which makes staying logged in and having fast access to your content easy. Feedly can also be used for a variety of things other than blogs, such as publications, YouTube video channels, and notifications or alerts.
While Feedly offers a paid subscription that has some great features, such as integrating with Evernote, at this point I use the free version. Around Christmas 2015, they ran a special for about $50 for a year subscription.
Other features that come with a paid subscription include the ability to search within your feeds, faster sync, and premium support.
You can learn how to use it here: http://blog.feedly.com/tutorials/
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