When this happens...
FeedlyNew Article Saved for Later (Legacy)
Then do this...
WordPressCreate Post

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

Why Zapier?

Free

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It's easy to connect Feedly + WordPress and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.

When this happens...
then do this!
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 Post

Create a new post, including the status allowing the creation of drafts.

New Comment

Triggered when you add a new comment.

Create New Article

Save a new article in a board.

Any Webhook

Using the HookPress plugin, trigger off of pretty much anything!

Upload Media

Upload a new media file, which can be used as featured media.

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