Want someone to hand you a cherry-picked list of the news most relevant to you? This Zap is the next best thing. You choose a section of the New York Times to watch, along with a keyword that's important to you and Zapier will add new matching articles to your Feedly. That way, whenever you have time to read the news, everything you care about most is waiting for you in a tidy feed.
How this New York Times-Feedly integration works
- A new article is published to a designated section of the New York Times with a chosen keyword in the article title
- Zapier adds this article to Feedly so you can read it later
- New York Times
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