- Why Sync with Google Reader
- Syncing with Google Reader gives you more control over your feeds by adding the
ability to mark them as read, starred, and other tags. It also allows you to view
your feeds on a variety of platforms and store them in a single location. Syncing
with Google Reader also gives you the ability to create an Offline Document containing
all of your unread items.
- How to get an Offline Document
- See additional “NookFeed FAQ – Create an Offline Document
- How to add a New Subscription
- Click on the header link that reads, “View Your Profile” and click “Add a Subscription.”
This will load a window that allows you to add a link to an RSS feed.
- How to add a Twitter Account
- Go to your Settings page by clicking on the link in the header that reads, “Edit
Settings.” Once there, click on the tab called “Twitter.” Enter your Twitter Username
and Twitter Password, and your NookFeed account will then be connected to your Twitter
account. To view the feed from Twitter, simply select “Twitter” as the category.
- How to use the NookFeed Interface
- Send to “Navigation Help” section of the about.aspx page.
- Is the site secure?
- NookFeed is hosted in a PCI compliant datacenter and is designed and developed using
PCI compliant coding practices. Your information is stored and transmitted in an
- How to change the name and category for a subscription
- In your settings, you can edit the category and name of all your subscriptions.
Just click on “Edit Settings” in the header, and then click on the “Feeds” tab.
- Manually syncing to Google Reader
- If you would like to do a manual sync with Google Reader, click on “Edit Settings”
in the header and then click on the “Google” tab. There is a button in this tab
that reads, “Manually Sync to Google Reader.” Clicking this button will perform