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Allow to filter the feeds.

I would like to filter the feeds based on their title and/or content.

For example, in my "news" category, I could filter out all articles containing "football". Or for a specific feed, I could filter out the tag [apple] in the title. Those articles would be directly hidden, or marked as read.

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Having migrated from Google Reader, my Feedrinsed feeds don't rinse, they just go to the main feed. Anyway to fix this?

      • meme commented  · 

        bump

      • AgeAge commented  · 

        What I'm looking for is a filter to hide all posts starting with a specific string/tag. I don't want to move them around to different folders or something, just get rid of them.

      • AaronAaron commented  · 

        There is currently a script that does this in Google Reader! Can filter by feed or by a folder of feeds. Would love to see something like this implemented before Greader shuts down...

        (https://userscripts.org/scripts/show/85009)

      • Lindsay TownsLindsay Towns commented  · 

        I agree with this! It'd be really nice to weed out all the NSFW crap that comes in from Tumblr.

      • Rob SchultzRob Schultz commented  · 

        I was looking for this with the name 'mute keyword,' which is what something like Tweetbot calls it.

      • BrenoBreno commented  · 

        that's what I'm looking for! Somethig like the "Google reader filter" plugin :)

      • klicksterklickster commented  · 

        I would like to filter by date (e.g. < 12hrs old -or- 2 days ago only -or- anything older than mm/dd/yyyy).

      • alexalex commented  · 

        That would be awesome. Nobody has been able to do that properly and easy to use yet. Oh wait Yahoo ? I don't like jokes.

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        Newsblur has this, but it doesn't work that well. Some kind of Bayesian/collaborative filtering

      • EHEH commented  · 

        I use feedrinse for this in greader, but it is buggy. A native function would be much appreciated.

      • anenatnaneisuanenatnaneisu commented  · 

        Of course, it would be great to be able to make more complex filters (like word1 AND word2). If it's too complicated you could let us write our own regex.

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