Organize Your Online Reading with Feedly and Evernote

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Organize Your Online Reading with Feedly and Evernote

Posted by Mie Yaginuma on 29 Apr 2014

Posted by Mie Yaginuma on 29 Apr 2014

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Feedly is one of the leading apps to manage and organize your online reading.

With Feedly, you can add RSS feeds from your favorite blogs, web sites, magazines, and journals with a quick click. The articles will then automatically be ready for reading in Feedly whether on the desktop or smartphone. Its search algorithm takes advantage of the Feedly community to help you discover new content to read.

Feedly to Evernote
Today, Feedly has updated its popular desktop Evernote integration, making it available on iOS and Android.

Now, you can read, organize, and save Feedly content to Evernote from your desk or mobile device. Even better, you can save Feedly content to Evernote Business notebooks. If you set Evernote as the default saving tool, an Evernote icon will appear at the top of every article, making it simple to save articles to Evernote.

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Why this is useful?
A core component of Evernote Business is sharing information with your work team. Set up Feedly to deliver articles about your industry, best practices, or competitor announcements. It’s easy to sift through articles from your desk, or on your smartphone during the morning commute. Save items of interest to your team’s Evernote Business notebook, or a Shared Notebook. Each article is searchable, and you’ll have an archive of useful articles and content for your team.

New features
With this update, you can save images or quotes from an article when using Feedly on the web. Just hover over an image with your cursor, and the Evernote icon to “Save” will appear. Or, just highlight the text you want, and choose the “Clip to Evernote” option.

 

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3 Comments RSS

  • Richard Koffler

    Bug in today’s Evernote integration. FAILED TO LOAD NOTEBOOKS

    • Garth Scaysbrook

      Yes great feature but didn’t work, failed to load notebook bug.

  • Steve

    I love Evernote and use it to manage my life. I use Feedly to help me keep up with all of the blogs that I follow using one simple app. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to make a seamless connection between the two.