Feedly Gets Tagging, Infinite Scroll, New Views

Chrome/Firefox/Safari: Social RSS reader Feedly has received an update with new views, infinite scrolling on feeds and Evernote-like tagging and organisation to its saved articles.

You only get one tag per article, but if you use Feedly’s “save for later” feature, it can be helpful to organise your articles into a categories that make a bit of sense. The new view updates are simple, but useful, the card view organises your articles into nice squares while the titles view gives you a short, dense list with infinite scrolling. The update is available now for free in Chrome and Safari. The Firefox version is still waiting approval and should be available shortly.

Feedly [via ReadWriteWeb]

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