It seems some of my feeds are being updated very slowly, perhaps once every 2 or 3 days? I’d be happy with once every hour or 2, but every day or 2 days seems too long.
For example, http://www.jamesallenonf1.com/feed/ has (according to the newsblur site settings) 33 subscribers, but hasn’t been updated for 8 hours. Given that my feed for it has appeared updated overnight, but with unread stories from the 16th appearing for the first time, that suggests an update frequency of at best every 2 days?
If you’re premium, every feed should update every 1 hour at minimum, and many if not most will update every few minutes. Right-click on a feed and click on Statistics. That will give you the exact fetch times and history.
When I look at the Statistics for a particular feed (one with a count issue), it looks to me like it hasn’t been updated for 9 hours. Or (entirely possible), I’m misinterpreting the Statistics info. (I’m premium.) Here’s a screen print:
Just thought I’d add, when I went back to my NewsBlur tab a few minutes after the previous screenshot, the count had refreshed although I had not refreshed the window or logged out/in. The new Statistics view looks like this:
If you have a minute, could you just let me know if this is also related to the known replica-lag issue - in which case I’ll just happily await the new database.
I am a premium customer, but it doesn’t seem to be updating hourly according to the statistics page:
7 hours ago
Those are real-time feeds, so there is no need for them to update every hour. They get updates pushed to them (you can see the timing of those pushes in the “Push” section at the bottom). There is a forced update every 10X what the normal interval would be, just to capture any stories that, for whatever reason, didn’t get pushed.