|Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||Yongjie||9/30/09 9:29 PM|
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||Quicksave||9/30/09 11:35 PM|
You can't and you are not the only one who would appreciate that : http://getsatisfaction.com/google_reader/topics/subfolders_for_google_reader
Vote for this feature now in http://productideas.appspot.com/#16/e=22493
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||pbh12011||10/1/09 3:53 PM|
I think most of us could use sub-folders (thru all levels).
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||orlandopozo||3/1/10 12:47 PM|
It is not the perfect solution, but you can use bundles http://www.google.com/reader/view/#bundle-creator-page
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||arfanc||10/31/10 6:21 AM|
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||Yongjie||11/13/10 5:13 PM|
Well, I found another solution according to the experience from Google Bookmark service. Just mark one folder as subset by adding a semicolon to upper grade folder. And it should work.
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||Quicksave||11/24/10 5:07 AM|
May you provide a screenshot of your result?
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||Yongjie||11/28/10 2:34 AM|
Sure, could you gimme your E-Mail address? I will send it to u.
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||Yongjie||12/16/10 2:49 AM|
Please try this way.
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||Angus McDecoy||2/14/11 8:53 AM|
This is hardly a work around. Simply using the : doesn't create a genuine subfolder in Reader, and retains all of the content in the 'parent' folder, instead of collapsing lists by 'subfolder.' From my perspective, the issue isn't within Reader itself (which I rarely access directly), but all the secondary applications that access my Reader data.
Once a folder gets beyond a certain point (I have 50+ feeds in one folder, which might not seem like much to some people), the option to "add a blogroll to your site" looses it's appeal. The blogroll provided is the only simple option I'm aware of for sharing the rss feeds of things I listen to (there seems to be an abundance of means for sharing the live contents of those feeds, which I have no interest in doing).
What I'd personally like to see is the ability to add subfolders such that I can add a blogroll to a parent folder, which then displays its child categories on my blog, rather than every RSS URL I subscribe to. That, and for subfolders to not interfere with the functionality of Google Listen.
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||Alijohnm||5/14/11 11:29 AM|
This is a feature that needs to be added. Plain and simple, great product from Google, just could use a feature or two to make it better ^^ Keep up the good work guys!
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||Google Driver||6/4/12 12:51 PM|
I would like this as well. Any updates?
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||steveisspecial||7/6/12 7:24 AM|
Can you explain step by step?
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||MusX||11/7/12 12:58 AM|
any updates after so much time?
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||MusX||11/7/12 12:59 AM|
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||hanxue||11/19/12 9:01 PM|
The vote for this feature is closed. Looks like it is not implemented. I am posting here for an additional "vote".
|Re: Creating a subfolder in Google Reader||John M. Baker||12/10/12 12:30 PM|
Unsolicited endorsement here: try NewsBlur.com, an app that manages your RSS feeds (it took mine from GooG Reader with no problem) You can sub-folder to your heart's content as well as do a bunch of other stuff.
If you do not have very many feeds you can use the basic (free) model which works fine.
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