I normally consume my feeds in the All Site Stories view of unread stories. That allows me to check all the posts from the different sites. There are some sites that I only care about a small section of data. Say I love reading Fuzzy Hat Reviews but really only care about the posts that are tagged with “Lands End” to just hear about updates to hats by Lands End. If only 1% of the articles from that site are about Lands End the rest will clutter up my feed. Is there a setting in Newsblur that lets me just see the posts that contain tags that I “liked”?
lower left corner. all, unread, and focus.
That shows only the Liked articles. I have 100 sites I like all their content and one that I only like 1% of their content. Should I then go and Like every other site to use that mode?
or you could thumbs down the whole feed, which means everything that doesn’t contain a tag you liked will be hidden.
Ok, that works well. I’ve Disliked the whole site and then selected the Unread button at the bottom. That shows all my articles and removes the posts that I don’t like from my feed. Thanks.
Glad you figured out how to get to this working! I wish I could construct a slightly better UX for this particular use case of zeroing out the whole site except for things you want to see.