I use Feedly. I can organize blogs into different categories that I create. I added a link on my menu toolbar (I use Chrome) and can click on it when I am reading a new blog and it opens Feedly so I can add the blog to my reads. I tried a couple of others but settled on this.
I use Feedly too and really like it compared to any others available presently. It's not Google Reader, but it's the next best thing.
I have seen you post a few times about using a reader for your blogs and never quite knew what you were taliking about. It sounds to me like a place to keep a list of blogs you follow. I know I don't like "following blogs" because of the amount of email you then get and I don't always have the time to sort through my email. I have been saving a list of blogs on my favorites but that is a pain when I am using different computers and sometimes find a new and interesting blog to read. Would you or anyone reading this comment help educate me about "readers" and how they work?Thank you in advance for your help and for a great blog!Susan Rizziquilttrack47@yahoo.com
I use Bloglovin. I like the format but preferred Google Reader's better.
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