I need to export/archive all the unread blog articles I have in Feedreader.
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I need to export/archive all the unread blog articles I have in Feedreader. Ideally, I’d be able to get them out as formatted HTML. It seems as though Feedreader Connect personal might enable this? This is strictly a personal project.
It may be easier than you think 🙂 . Please use webview (Alt+3) to view all articles. Now click somewhere on articles list and press Control+A after this. This will select all the HTML. Now paste this HTML to application that supports HTML formating. For example if you paste to Word or Thunderbird email window HTML works. But if you paste to Notepad then HTML does not appear and only text appears.
Another possibility is to dig folder c:documents and settingsUSERNAMEapplication dataFeedreadercache. If you start Feedreader then this folder is empty but it will contain all articles and webview that you read. So just look for files and you may get HTML files containing articles directly from there. Webview files are starting with ~feed….
You may ask that why there are only limited number of articles in webview. This is because by default Feedreader only shows 100 last articles. You either have to copy articles multiple times or make webview count bigger. For example add webviewcount=300 to feedreader.ini under [misc] section and after restart Feedreader displays 300 articles at a time in minibrowser window.
If you are talking about “unread” messages then make sure that “show only unread” is selected from view menu or you create special smartfeed with unread status.
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Transfer from FeedReader to FeedReader 3.13 MySQL
Submitted by IanToni on Thu, 2008-12-11 18:33.
Like many users and Brigitte, we would like to export the content of our FeedReader database to other tools or like me to the FeeReader 3.13 MySQL Application. In my case i have 28 feeds for a total of 55070 articles ( both unread and read articles)…
So i think your explanation sounds like a joke when i read i have to copy and paste the content of the page for each feed. I would better think conceptors of this amazing tool could create a backup or export tool, especially because they are better computer scientists than a librarian who likes computer sciences 😉
Hope new updates of Feedreader will have import database feature and not just import OPML like every other feeds readers