Feedly updated with new sharing options and sections, announces three million new users

Feedly has been update with a number of additions and enhancements, including better search and more sharing options, along with announcing three million new users. Users can now set their favorite sharing services, choosing from Google+, Buffer, Facebook, Twitter, email, or your browser. The same can also be done with article saving options, which let you designate your favorite of those between Feedly itself, Instapaper, or Pocket. Additionally, the sharing panel has been redesigned to make sharing and saving items faster.

The new search features smart topic completion, using what other Feedly users have found in order to provide quick discovery of the most popular feeds. Feedly has also added a section called “Must Read”, where you can mark your favorite news sources as important, giving their stories priority over those from other feeds in your “Today” section. Finally, there is now pull to refresh in the feed list.

Feedly has also announced that they have added three million new users since Google announced the shutdown of Reader. While Feedly currently uses Google Reader, they have previously announced that they will be transitioning to a new system between now and July 1, when Reader shuts down.

If you’re a Feedly user, this is a solid update with great new features. If you’re not sure about Feedly, check out Allyson Kazmucha’s review and see if it sounds like something you’ll enjoy.

Source: Feedly blog