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FeedlyNew Article in Source
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Google SheetsCreate Spreadsheet Row

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

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When this happens...
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New Article in Board

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Create a new row in a specific spreadsheet.

New Article in Feed

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New Article in Source

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