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Feedly + Firebase / Firestore Integrations

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New Note

Triggers when you add a new note to an article.

Subscribe to Source

Adds a new source subscription to Feedly.

New Article Saved for Later

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

Add Article to Board

Add an article to a board from a URL.

New Article in Board

Triggers when an article is added to a board.

Create or Replace Firebase Realtime Database Record

Creates or replaces a child object within your Firebase Realtime Database.

New Child Object in a Firebase Realtime Database

Triggers when a new child object is discovered within a specific path.

Create Cloud Firestore Document

Creates a new document within a Cloud Firestore collection.

New Document Within a Firestore Collection

Triggers when a Structured Query returns new documents within a Cloud Firestore collection.

Create New Article

Save a new article in a board.

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The best way to follow your favorite blogs, news sites, YouTube shows, podcasts, tumblr blogs, magazines, eBay listings, Hulu shows and more. feedly delivers all your favorite news in one place—and it is blazing fast.

Firebase Realtime Database and Google Cloud Firestore are flexible databases that give you the ability to easily store and sync app data at global scale.

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