FeedDeamon 4.5 migration to Awasu
After few years I would change my default RSS to improve my productivity. Import channels is not a problem, but I have few migration questions. I use Awasu Profesional Edition 3.0 trial.
1. Feeds view
I would have news feeds on the left and feed items list on the right.
I have feeds in My Channel on the left [OK] grouped in folders fx. "BBC News", "Reuters"... "Some other feeds" in folder "News". I have troubles with view all feeds from folder fx. I click on "News" and I have feeds from "BBC News", "Reuters", "Some other feeds" together in the item list. Now I have to click on each feed in folder separetly. For above 100 feeds in one folders is anoying and I have more other folders with feeds...
What I need?
When I click on folder in "My Channel" I have on the right list of feeds items and closed window of internal browser. I prefer viewing in external browser. Items grouped by pages for example 50 items per page. When I add new feed to folder view item list is updated automaticly.
2. Feed list format
Feeds sorted by date, showing details - publication date, number of view
I had only list of item one feed without aditional information.
What I need?
List of items from feeds putted in folder sorted by date fx. "Tomorrow", "Yesterday", "Last Week", "Older than month" etc. with aditional info about number of view of links (in some online rss I found this feature so it's look like is posible to get from rss this data too), name of feed fx. "News" and publication date and time. When I click iteam on the list is marked as read and open in external browser.
3. Watched function replace
In FeedDeamon is watched feature. I want get feeds to seperate folder using keywords. Next when I marked as read watched folder news will be marked as read in parents folder fx. I look for keyword "USA", "Japan" and feeds withs this keywords are placed in folder "Countries". After watch I had watch from "CNN" and "Reuters" feeds. When I marked as read "Countries" items in "CNN" and "Reuters" are marked as read too.
Thank you for yout advice and help.