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  1. So what are you thinking of as your substitute reader? I’m not sure what I’m going to do yet.

    There were a bunch of comparisons when it was first announced but haven’t seen anything lately or any new services. So I’m not sure what I will do yet…


  2. I’m wondering what to do too. This might work well for one of the sites I contribute to, but not for all my needs and my personal blog. I’m planning to go to Feedly, but they don’t have the nifty ‘Custom Button’ tool that streamlined aggregation. It seems like everybody out there only has part of the perfect equation that Google Reader had.

  3. Kristenhanna

    Good post on Pressforward. I have not tried this Plugin yet. I have also recently an issue with WP Video gallery and finally it was resolved. Am still a learner in WordPress. Your blogs are really helping me a lot to learn something new every week.


  4. Hey Jeff,

    Thanks for your interest in PressForward, we’ve now live on the plugin repository! http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/pressforward

    Your points here are very useful. We’re actually planning to allow OPML upload from the plugin’s admin area very soon and folder and feed structuring are at the top of our list for the next major release.

    There have been a lot of improvements since you last took a look at the plugin, and it is now structured to allow developers to hook into the plugin’s functionality at a number of different places.

    We definitely have a focus on using feeds for authoring, but I hope you’ll give the plugin another try in the near future, at least to give us additional feedback.

    Thanks!
    Aram

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