Feedly RSS Stream Notifications Can be Placed on Your Lockscreen; Here’s How!

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  • 22 Mar 2015
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  • Many people have turned to Feedly after Google Reader was killed off and they’re quite happy with their choice. However, functionality of the app can be expanded to the lockscreen, it seems and there’s a way to put your Feedly RSS stream notifications on the lockscreen.

    Android 5.0 Lollipop was the one that implemented lockscreen notifications, as preview cards of the user’s recent texts, emails, missed calls and all sorts of other messages. Feedly is able to aggregate your RSS feed updates together in a list, so you can get info in one place. If you want to benefit from the updates on the lockscreen, there are a few simple steps to perform.

    Here they are:

    1. Download Corgi for Feedly from the Play Store
    2. Log into Feedly
    3. You’ll see a screen that lists which subscriptions are shown on the lockscreen
    4. You can remove the sites’ feeds from the lockscreen but not from the Feedly list, to keep stuff separate
    5. You can also add new feeds to the lockscreen stream alone
    6. Corgi also shows you a guide of how to work this system
    7. Swipe to the left and you’ll get the next headline
    8. Corgi has special options to avoid double lockscreen
    9. A pattern lock is also offered

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