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“Feedly hits the sweet spot for something between a Twitter feed and email digest. You can add nearly any news or information content source and organize them into feeds. I currently have my feeds divided between personal, professional, and entertainment sources. As you scroll through the feed, articles are automatically marked as you read them. You can also flag articles you want to read later, and there are multiple options for sharing via email, Twitter, or Slack. And because Feedly constantly checks up on websites, it’s great for volatile content like sub-Reddits, where the content may get buried before you have the chance to read it.” — Jason Johnson, Director of Information Technology, The League of Women Voters of the United States, Washington, DC