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March 29th [Issue reported] We’re receiving emails from users who have had trouble logging into their feedly accounts on iOS using Google Authentication. We are working on upgrading our Google Sign-in so that it is compatible with iOS 9.3. The fix will be submitted to Apple for review shortly and should be available within 7-10 … Continue reading iOS Google sign-in not working [fixing]

My name is Ryan Cowdrey and I’m the Director of Curation at, an online marketplace that offers rare and limited edition digital art. For your enjoyment, I pose the question: “With so much digital media content at one’s fingertips at all times, how does a creative individual discover the latest trends amongst all the … Continue reading How Feedly Changed My Career as an Art Curator

Can you anticipate the next big trend in your industry before it’s too late to take advantage of it? There is no silver bullet when it comes to spotting trends. Trends reveal themselves over time from a variety of places. Spotting a growing pattern means you must have your eye on multiple sources long enough … Continue reading 4 ways to spot trends as they are happening

Today, news and information comes at a furious pace. In the wake of it, it’s become an art and a science akin to monitor this deluge of information, to see when something is about to break, and to know if you can trust it. Storyful has become a leading expert Real-time Discovery—that is, the lightning-fast-paced work … Continue reading How Storyful Finds Breaking News

Over the last few weeks, we have begun publishing a content marketers series to help content creators thrive. This week’s installment on content distribution applies to anyone looking to reach more people with what they create online. If a tree falls in a forest and no one hears it, does it make a sound? If … Continue reading 7 ways to distribute content

Some people are calling it Content Shock or Content Clutter. We like to call it the Content Renaissance. Whatever you call it, many of us have been talking about the same idea: Content is coming to us at an ever increasing rate. The result is that ideas, trends, and memes have become a swiftly moving … Continue reading Trend Acceleration: Ideas are moving faster and faster – Can we keep up?

Welcome to the third installment in our content marketing series, this time focusing on whether to fund new content or to leverage other people’s content through curation. It has now become an age-old questions for content marketers and social media managers: Is it more effective and a better use of resources to create your own content … Continue reading Should you be creating original or curated content? The experts weigh in.

Feedly is the best way to ingest the content you need for work by putting your favorite feeds in an organized newsfeed. Over the past few weeks we have rethought the way you can clean up and reorganize your feedly. I worked with the feedly team to design two different concepts and would love to hear … Continue reading Help us choose your new Organize experience

Today is the second installment in our content marketing series, this time focusing on how to execute on awesome content. This is because we believe content is a currency. It is the marketplace for new ideas and, increasingly so, a core engine in providing value to businesses and to customers. Among the many people who … Continue reading How long does it take to create stunning content?

A driving belief for us at feedly is that content is a currency. That is, content is crucial to the way we work today. It is the marketplace for new ideas and, increasingly so, a core engine in providing value to businesses and to customers. Among the many people who use feedly, content marketers are … Continue reading The art of creating irresistible content for your content marketing