Ah ok, oops, don’t know how I missed that. I can’t train by adding keywords, it only lets you train by author and whatever tags it picks up. It also still matches too easily.“Sea” matches “Sean McConery” for example.
I do see keywords I have trained in the past, but I’m noting that I can’t delete them. Because of how the keywords match far more than desired, I would actually like to delete some keywords as well as add some others manually without having to pull up a specific story with a keyword I’m looking for.
I would love to be able to train the filter/intelligence at will a lot more than I currently am able to. For example with the Apple Time Flies event I had like over 100 tech related emails, and I’d love to be able to still get some content from The Verge or ARS Technica on other topics besides Apple stuff since I’m already sated on the topic. I wish I could set a filter and give it an expiration date at which point the filter would just disappear.
Pardon me for hijacking this thread Op. I like your idea though. It’d be great if we could train in an allow mode or block mode. Block mode = nothing gets through unless it has a desired parameter or keyword for the RSS feed. It’d be such a drag to have to thumbs down all the authors for some RSS Feeds that have a lot of contributors. I’m not even sure how YouTube feeds work, would you even get author tags in those feeds? How do you even do that, do you copy the subscribe URL or something for a YouTube channel?