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Feedly is home to a vibrant community of experts, students and pioneers. We all have our reasons for reading what we do. Maybe you want to go deeper into a topic or discover something new.

Whatever your motivation, the power of information lies in your ability to harness it. Today we’re sharing three new features that we hope will make your Feedly experience even better: boards, notes and highlights.

Read on for a step-by-step guide to using Boards. Or watch this replay of a live demo announcing Boards:

With our vibrant community in mind, we set out to create new features that would make it easier and more meaningful to read in Feedly.

As you save more articles, your boards become libraries of high-value content. Everyone can create new personal boards. Feedly Teams users will see separate lists in the left navigation for personal and team boards.

Feedly is transforming its reader into a powerful tool for creating fact sheets

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How to save an article to a bulletin board

Message boards are used to save and organize articles. All Feedly plans (Basic, Pro and Teams) can save articles.

Click on the star on any article to save it. If this is your first time using Boards, we will ask you to create one.

When it comes to naming your boards, try to keep a unique focus. This will keep you organized based on your specific projects, customers, brands you track, or other important activities.

Save a single article to multiple boards. In the example above, a piece on marketing tactics is saved in both the “Marketing and Growth” and “Social Media” tabs.

Do you want to get started right away? Here are 8 ways to use Boards to simplify the curating process.

Adding notes and highlights

Imagine reading and a sentence gives birth to an idea about a customer or a business opportunity. Feedly Pro and Teams users can enrich articles using notes and highlights.

If you are part of a Feedly Teams plan, your teammates will be able to read your notes and add new ones.

Here is a step by step guide to adding notes without missing a beat.

Your note appears at the top of the article, where you can edit it or add another note right below it.

Highlight the most important steps to make it easier for your colleagues and other executives to scan. Since articles saved to boards never expire, you will be able to review these notes and highlights in the future.

Shared team cards

We have seen that active knowledge sharing can generate tons of value for your team. By creating shared team cards, you have a central place to store the gems you find and see what your teammates have saved.

Say goodbye to email chains and clunky spreadsheets. With Team Boards, you have the added option of sending email roundups to teammates, executives outside your team, and even external clients. Read more about the benefits of Feedly Teams.

To help you get started, we’ve reviewed the boards of some of the smartest analysts, researchers, and marketers in the industry. Here are some of their best practices that may inspire you: 7 great card examples.

Turn your bulletin boards into newsletters. It’s a great way to keep up with rapidly changing industry trends as a team.

Save from anywhere

Easily switch between devices. Feedly mobile apps (for iPhone or Android) keep your content synchronized in real time.

Save to board on mobile

You can save content while browsing the web on desktop or mobile. Add the Feedly browser extension for Chrome, Firefox and Safari and you can save any article in just two clicks. When you return to your Feedly boards, the article will be exactly where you saved it.

This medium post is now saved in my “Entrepreneurship” dashboard in Feedly.


Q: How can I start my team on Feedly?

Start a one-month free trial and invite as many team members as you like. With Boards, you and your team can keep up with changes in your market, move faster than competitors, and fill knowledge gaps in your organization. We are happy to partner with your team during the free trial period of one month and beyond.

On the Feedly team, we use Boards every day to track our brand mentions and share articles on topics like machine learning, sales, and corporate culture.

Q: Can I save to Boards on my phone?

Yes. You can read, save and share on mobile and desktop. If you’re reading on the Feedly mobile app, tap tap icon to save. You will be able to save the current article to one or more of your personal and team boards.

Don’t forget there are 5 easy ways to save on boards!

Q: Can I add notes and highlights to my phone?

Yes, Feedly Pro and Teams users can use all the same features on mobile devices.

Q: Can I continue to use Read Later?

Yes. Read Later is still there. You can save articles on boards is Read on for an even more personalized Feedly.

Q: How are cards different from tags?

We have heard from users that it would be useful to be able to privately share content with teammates. The boards felt more like a central hub with shared access to allow for team care. The tags did not meet the needs communicated to us by the Feedly community. As this is an area in which we will invest a lot, we have decided to change the terminology to have the right foundation.

If you were using tags, all of your tags and associated content are available as private personal boards.

Q: How can I rename a board?

When you’re looking at one of your boards, click […] button and go to Settings. There you can change the name of the tab.

Q: How many cards can I create?

Feedly Pro and Teams accounts have unlimited tabs. Basic accounts can create up to 3 boards. Feedly is proud to be supported by subscriptions to our premium feature set. Compare the different features here.

Q: Is there a tutorial for adding notes and highlights?

Yes, here is a step by step guide to add notes. And you can see how to create highlights here.

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