Author Topic: feedHopper 5.2 sneak peek (updated)  (Read 3396 times)

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feedHopper 5.2 sneak peek (updated)
« on: November 06, 2011, 07:40:38 PM »

Whats New:

* A new tagging system to help you organize your articles.
You can now create up to 32 system-wide tags.  When reading an article you can assign one or more tags to the article.  You can rearrange how the tags appear in the tag list to your taste.  You can also rename and delete tags at any time.
Note if you delete a tag, it is gone from the system, but renaming a tag preserves any articles that are already associated with it.

* A new Time period and Tag filter for article lists
Time periods: Today, Last 7 Days.  You can check one, the other, or neither (neither would remove any time filter).
Tags:  Check off one or more tags to restrict the articles you see by those that match the checked tags.  If no tag is checked, you will see all articles.

* You can now reset your social networking login accounts on individual services in the social area of the global settings.

Fixes:
* When using the widescreen article view, using the 'articles' button to bring up the article list in a popover and clicking on 'back' would result in losing the sidebar.
* A crash was possible when moving between various portrait and landscape views mixed with widescreen article view and returning (selecting 'back') to the article list.
* Some iOS5 compatibility improvements
* Some minor memory leaks in the global settings dialog

Here is a peek at how you create tags and associate tags with an article:




Here is the new Article Filter, which works in real time as you check off items:

« Last Edit: November 13, 2011, 06:30:08 PM by support »

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Re: feedHopper 5.2 sneak peek
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2011, 01:46:01 PM »
This is great news. This will make a huge difference for me or I would think people that read a lot of news articles.

Phil.

 

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