Several sites also showed up as a folder

#1

Ars
Ars Technica feed has now been duplicated to also be a folder?

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If I download an OPML file, they both say the same thing:

I am tempted to just delete the “folder”, but concerned that I might accidentally delete years of saved stories that I am 100% absolutely definitely about to go back and read very soon now.

Duplicate feeds in desktop
#2

Happened to me too with another feed over the weekend. I ended up deleting the feed and the “folder” turned back into the feed. You and I both know, you’re never going to read those saved stories. Rip the bandaid off and get rid of them.

#3

I have several of these

#4

I deleted one of the duplicate folders that appeared to be a duplicate feed. It deleted its parent folder, and all subscriptions in that folder. Can we please get an official response to this?!

#5

thread name changed to indicate the broader problem.

#6

I’m working on figuring out what’s going on, but just so you know, deleting feeds will never delete a saved story. Those are separate and will continue to show no matter what, even if you re-subscribe.

#7

Awesome.

In case it helps, this is what I see in Chrome on Windows:
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And this is what I see on iOS:

#8

What’s your username? I couldn’t find it by Foose

#9

foosatraz

#10

Reload, you should now be all set.

#11

Looks great. Thanks!