Reading List

Saturday, September 27, 2014



When it comes to keeping my bookmarks organize I think I tried every thing. From Google reader to Bloglovin. For awhile I was OK with it. Things are working fine until I add the blogs I regularly visit and the new blogs I found. I spent most of my time organizing, waiting for graphics to download, etc. Reading became a hassle and the only thing left to do is find a new alternative.

My CRITERIA are very basic:
  • I want the links to be organize in a way that it was easy for me to find the name of the blog/site 
  • If one of the blog is updated, the latest post will be displayed automatically 
  • Images/graphics should load easily 
  • Add any blog on the web that I want to follow (have the capability to add and delete blogs without doing extra steps) 
  • It should be web-based so I can access it anytime, anywhere 
  • Clean, uncluttered interface 

It was pretty basic right? but seriously, it took me awhile to finally found the perfect reader that will suit my needs and it was here all along in my Blogger dashboard. To access your Reading List just follow the instructions below.

Sign in to blogger.com.
Click Reading List.
Click Add.
Enter the URL (web address) of the blog you want to follow.
Click +Add to add as many blogs as you want.
Decide if you want to follow each blog publicly or privately.
Click Follow.

Here’s how to manage the blogs on your Reading List:



Sign in to blogger.com.
Click the gear icon on the right side of the list.
Click Settings next to the blog you’d like to manage.
Click Stop following this site and a pop-up box will appear.
Click Stop following to confirm.







and as easy as that you stop following blogs you no longer fancy. I just love how simple and easy to use Reading list.

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