When setting up the email feed for my blog, I'm really interested in seeing how the email sent would look like before committing to moving my subscribers to Feedio. Would be useful if I could send a test email to myself...1 vote
This is an obvious addition we need to add to Feedio. Improving our email features is something we want to tackle in Q1 and Q2 of 2018.
I blog on technology & personal stuff. I have two feedburner rss feeds that are setup to allow the person to subscribe to just the personal or just the tech to keep the target organized.
If I migrate over to feedio I lose this. I want to ensure the "ramblings" category and the "tech" category still get offered as options.
Anyway to accomplish this? Right now I had a typeform setup that took a yes/no for each selection and added to the appropriate mailing list, but if I switch to feedio I lose this level of detail.3 votes
This capability will be possible with the rules engine we are planning on building on top of the master feed.
Your Help topics seem very geared toward transitioning people who use feedburner into feedio. However, for the complete newbie trying to figure out how to set up subscription stuff for the very first time, there is nothing. I've got no idea how to use this service. Thanks.3 votes
Currently Feedio only have the ability to add site. I'd like to see the option to remove site.1 vote
In Feedio 2.0 you will have the ability to add, remove and edit different content sources.
Guess, Feedio started to include full text which is available in RSS, which makes e-mail really really very long - and there is no option in Settings, that can turn this off. And only way would be to "not include full text of e-mail in RSS", which is something that will break lot of other things.
Any chance to get this fixed?
- Don't see your idea?