Feedly

Feedly Integrations

  • Add New Feedly Article From a Category to Buffer Queue

    Feedly is a great weapon in the world of curating content, and coupled with Buffer, you can share that content at a pace that's right for your audience. Add Zapier to the mix and automate the most tedious part of the process, leaving you to just curate the content and not worry about replicating it for sharing.

    How it works

    1. You add a new article to a category in Feedly
    2. Zapier automatically sends that to your Buffer queue

    What you'll need

    • A Feedly pro account
    • A Buffer account
    • A Zapier account
  • Share new articles in Feedly categories on Slack

    Stay informed of the news that matters to you automatically when you start using the Feedly to Slack automation. Once set up, when a new article is added to your category in Feedly, Zapier will send you a new massage in Slack. You can use this to notify you privately of the most important articles via Slackbot, or to share all new posts in a category to a Slack channel to keep your entire team informed.

    How It Works

    1. New article added to category in Feedly
    2. Zapier creates a new message in Slack

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Slack account
  • Create an RSS feed of new articles in a Feedly category

    Turn everything in your Feedly categories into a brand new RSS feed with this Zapier integration. Once you start using this integration, Zapier will automatically turn the new articles added to your Feedly category into new posts in your Zapier RSS feed. That's an easy way to share a complete RSS feed of all the sites you find most important about a topic.

    How It Works

    1. New article is added to Feedly category
    2. Zapier creates a new post your Zapier RSS feed

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Zapier account
  • Create WordPress post from new article in a Feedly category

    Save yourself time and update your site automatically with this Zapier integration. When the Feedly to WordPress automation is set up, the new articles posted in your Feedly category will automatically become new posts in WordPress. You can easily share new articles that are relevant to your audience; all you'll have to do is add some notes, and you'll have a ready-made article.

    How It Works

    1. New post is added to Feedly category
    2. Zapier creates a new post in WordPress

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • WordPress account
  • Create an RSS feed from Feedly saved articles

    Want an easy way to make an RSS feed of your favorite articles? When you set up this automation, the new articles you save from Feedly automatically become new posts in an RSS feed from Zapier. That way, you can share a list of the articles you love with your followers.

    How It Works

    1. Save an article in Feedly
    2. Zapier creates new post on RSS by Zapier

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Zapier account
  • Create Wordpress Posts From Feedly Articles

    When you're creating content, sometimes coming up with the idea is the entire battle. By connecting Feedly to Wordpress via Zapier, you'll always have fresh content ideas right inside Wordpress from articles you've tagged within Feedly.

    How it works

    1. You tag an article in Feedly
    2. Zapier automatically sends that to Wordpress and creates a new post

    What you'll need

    • A Feedly pro account
    • A Wordpress account with an active blog
    • A Zapier account
  • Share new articles in a Feedly category via Gmail email

    Connect with your contacts easily with the Feedly to Gmail automation. Once set up, every time a new article is posted to your Feedly category, Zapier will automatically send a new message in Gmail. That can keep your contacts updated on the latest news, or make sure you never miss the most important

    How It Works

    1. New article is added to Feedly category
    2. Zapier sends a new message in Gmail

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Google account
  • Create new WordPress posts for saved Feedly articles

    Need a way to share your reading or digital scrapbooking? This time-saving Feedly-WordPress integration will automatically post on Wordpress every time you save an article for later in Feedly, triggering from the moment you activate it. Spread the word about your findings faster than ever before!

    How It Works

    1. An article is saved in Feedly
    2. Zapier automatically makes a post on WordPress

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • WordPress account
  • Save tagged articles in Feedly to new rows in Google Sheets

    Keep track of important articles you tag in Feedly with this automation. Once set up, Zapier will create new rows in Google Sheets from the articles you tag in Feedly. Saving stories is even easier when you begin using the Feedly to Google Sheets integration.

    How It Works

    1. Tag an article in Feedly
    2. Zapier creates a new row in Google Sheets

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Google account
  • Share new articles in a Feedly category on Twitter

    Save time while staying connected with your followers when using the Feedly to Twitter integration. When you start using this automation, every time a new article is posted to your Feedly category, Zapier will automatically post a tweet in Twitter. It provides your followers with valuable information, and makes it even easier for you to stay connected without having to manually post anything on Twitter.

    How It Works

    1. New article is added to your Feedly category
    2. Zapier posts a new tweet in Twitter

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Twitter account
  • Create an RSS feed of Feedly tagged articles

    Let anyone stay informed of the stories that mean the most to you with this Feedly RSS automation. Once set up, Zapier will automatically add tagged articles in Feedly to your Zapier RSS feed. That gives you a feed you can share with others, so they can follow your Feedly tagged articles.

    How It Works

    1. Tag new article in Feedly
    2. Zapier creates a new post in RSS by Zapier

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Zapier account
  • Post new articles from any source in Feedly onto your new Facebook Page

    An RSS feed is a great way to compile multiple sources into a curated stream for your followers, but linking to each item from your social channels yourself is time-consuming. Get some help by activating this Feedly-Facebook Pages integration. It will trigger whenever a new article pops up in a source in Feedly, making sure to post about it on your Facebook Page so you can rely on an active stream for your fans.

    How It Works

    1. One of your Feedly sources publishes an article
    2. Zapier automatically posts the article to your Facebook Page

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Facebook account
  • Create new Hootsuite posts for articles on Feedly

    Are you using Feedly to curate your content that you want to share over your social media accounts? Set up this integration, and Zapier will automatically schedule or publish a post to Hootsuite whenever a new article is added to your Feedly feed.

    How this Feedly-Hootsuite integration works

    1. A new article is added to your Feedly feed
    2. Zapier creates a post on Hootsuite

    Apps involved

    • Feedly
    • Hootsuite
  • Add Newly Tagged Feedly Articles to Your Buffer Queue

    Using a tool like Feedly can help you greatly speed up your content creation duties, and paired with Buffer, you can easily spread that content to all of your social channels. Add Zapier to do that for you automatically, and never worry about needing to duplicate work when needing to share content socially ever again.

    How it works

    1. You tag a new article in Feedly
    2. Zapier automatically adds that article to your Buffer queue

    What you'll need

    • A Buffer account
    • A Feedly pro account
    • A Zapier account
  • Share new articles a Feedly category on Facebook Pages

    Share valuable articles to your Facebook followers with this Zapier integration. Once set up, Zapier will automatically create new posts on your Facebook Page from new articles added in your Feedly category.

    All you'll have to do is arrange your feeds into categories, then Feedly and Zapier will automatically share those posts to your Facebook Page to keep your followers engaged without ever having to manually share another article again.

    How It Works

    1. New article is posted in Feedly category
    2. Zapier creates new post on Facebook Pages

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Facebook account
  • Create Trello cards from new saved Feedly articles

    Start using Trello to organize your saved articles in Feedly. When you start using the Feedly to Trello automation, Zapier will turn your new saved articles in Feedly into new cards in Trello. Keep track of the articles you need with this integration—or create tasks from the most important articles so you can remember to share or write about them.

    How It Works

    1. Save a new article in Feedly
    2. Zapier creates a new card in Trello

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Trello account
  • Create Trello cards from new tagged Feedly articles

    Stop cluttering your work space with unwanted feeds. Organize it with the Feedly to Trello integration. Once set up, every time you tag a new article in Feedly, Zapier will automatically create new cards in Trello. Get rid of the unwanted information and still keep track of the most important articles.

    How It Works

    1. Tag an article in Feedly
    2. Zapier creates a new card in Trello

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Trello account
  • Add new articles from a Feedly feed to Google Sheets

    Keep a log of new articles in your feed with this Feedly to Google Sheets automation. When you set up this integration, Zapier will automatically import new articles from your Feedly feed into Google Sheets as new rows. You'll have a full list of everything that's been published that you can easily refer to.

    How It Works

    1. New article posted in your Feedly feed
    2. Zapier creates a new row in Google Sheets

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Google account
  • Post tagged Feedly posts to Twitter

    For many people, cruising through their favorite blogs for useful posts is part of the daily routine. If you use Feedly as your RSS reader, this Zap will help you share knowledge with your Twitter followers: it automatically posts a tweet on Twitter whenever you tag a Feedly post.

    How It Works

    1. You tag a Feedly post from your feed with a phrase that you choose
    2. Zapier tweets the link to the post

    What You Need

    • A Feedly Pro account
    • A Twitter account
  • Add saved Feedly articles to Curated

    When you find great content on the web you may want to share it with with everyone else. Curated allows you to quickly and easily share the best articles with your audience. Every time you choose to save a new article to read later in Feedly, Zapier will automatically add that article to your Curated account for you, so you don't have to!

    Note: This Zapier integration will only add items that you save for later in Feedly after the Zap is active. It will not add previously saved articles.

    How It Works

    1. You save a new article in Feedly for later
    2. Zapier adds it as a new item in your Curated account

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Curated account with at least one publication
  • Add saved Feedly articles to Instapaper

    Getting all your reading material through Feedly, but don't have the time to keep up with it? Let us take care of it for you. Once this Feedly Instapaper integration is active, it will watch for new articles you save on Feedly, sending them over to Instapaper where a new page with the content will be at your disposal automatically.

    How It Works

    1. A new article is saved on Feedly
    2. Zapier automatically adds a page on Instapaper

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Instapaper account
  • Add new Feedly articles to a Buffer queue

    You can easily repost articles, blogs or other content to your social media sites by using Feedly and Buffer. Feedly helps you collects news and articles from various RSS feeds, and you can use Zapier to automatically add that content as new items in a Buffer queue to share to your friends on various social media outlets. This Feedly Buffer integration makes it easy to capture new Feedly articles without copying and pasting. Once you set up this Feedly to Buffer integration, new articles from that point forward are individually added to your Buffer queue.

    How It Works

    1. A new article is captured in Feedly
    2. Zapier adds the content as a new item in a Buffer queue

    What You Need

    • A Feedly account
    • A Buffer account
  • Save Feedly Articles You Like in Evernote

    Need to curate a list of content to save for later? Enter Feedly, Evernote, and Zapier, where you can save articles you like in Feedly directly to Evernote with a little help from Zapier automation.

    How it works

    1. You save an article in Feedly
    2. Zapier automatically sends that to Evernote and creates a new note

    What you'll need

    1. An Evernote account
    2. A Feedly pro account
    3. A Zapier account
  • Create content digests and automatically send emails with summaries from Feedly

    Tired of emailing articles to your friends, family, or coworkers about your industry or company? With this Zap, you won't have to anymore! As you add articles in Feedly, Zapier creates a digest and automatically emails the digest whenever you want—once a day, once a week, every two weeks. Create your own round-ups and stay up-to-date!

    How this integration works:

    1. New articles are placed in a personal Feedly board
    2. Zapier adds the article to a digest
    3. Zapier emails the digest

    Apps involved

    • Feedly
    • Digest by Zapier
    • Email by Zapier
  • Create Trello cards from new Feedly articles in a feed

    If you need more tracking power than just saving Feedly articles for later, give this Zap a try. Once you set it up, this Feedly-Trello integration will monitor a specific feed in Feedly and create a new Trello card for any new articles that come in. It's a perfect way to make sure you take action on the most important articles in your RSS feeds.

    How It Works

    1. A new article is posted in a Feedly feed
    2. Zapier automation creates a new Trello card, on a board and list of your choice

    What You Need

    • Feedly account
    • Trello account

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Feedly Integration Details

Launched on Zapier January 21, 2014

Zapier combines Triggers (like "New Note") and Actions (like "Subscribe to Source") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following Feedly Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

New Note

Triggers when you add a new note to an article.

New Article Saved for Later

Triggers when new article is saved in "Read Later".

New Article in Board

Triggers when an article is added to a board.

New Article in Feed

Triggers when a new article is published in a Feedly feed.

New Highlight

Triggers when you add a new highlight to an article.

New Article in Source

Triggers when a new article is published in a source.

Subscribe to Source

Adds a new source subscription to Feedly.

Add Article to Board

Add an article to a board from a URL.

Create New Article

Save a new article in a board.

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