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Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly
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Subscribing to Doctors' Blogs using Feedly

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A step-by-step guide to subscribing to over 60 physician blogs using the Feedly reader tool. Described in detail in the blog post dated January 1, 2014 on WCG's Common Sense blog.

A step-by-step guide to subscribing to over 60 physician blogs using the Feedly reader tool. Described in detail in the blog post dated January 1, 2014 on WCG's Common Sense blog.

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  • 1. Subscribing to Doctors’ Blogs in Feedly Greg Matthews January 2014 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 1
  • 2. Downloading the OPML file … containing the feeds from over 60 physician blogs • Sit down at your laptop or desktop computer •  This initial step can't be taken via tablet or smartphone yet •  after this initial step, you'll be able to do everything via web, tablet or smartphone at your discretion • Open your web browser and type in bit.ly/docopml • Download the linked OPML file and save it to your desktop •  Don't try to open it; it's gobbledygook to look at on its own. 2
  • 3. Using the Feedly Reader • Feedly uses your Google account for sign-in. Be sure you have your google account login/password information •  If not, go to gmail.com and sign up for an account • Go to feedly.com • Click “Login now” • Enter your google ID/password • Click “accept” • Click “import OPML” 3 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 3
  • 4. Using the Feedly Reader • Be sure you have your google account login/password information •  If not, go to gmail.com and sign up for an account • Go to feedly.com • Click “Login” • Enter your google ID/password • Click “accept” • Click “You can also import an OPML file” 4 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 4
  • 5. Using the Feedly Reader • Be sure you have your google account login/password information •  If not, go to gmail.com and sign up for an account • Go to feedly.com • Click “Login” • Enter your google ID/password • Click “accept” • Click “You can also import an OPML file” • Click “Choose File”, then “Import” 5 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 5
  • 6. Using the Feedly Reader • Be sure you have your google account login/password information •  If not, go to gmail.com and sign up for an account • Go to feedly.com • Click “Login” • Enter your google ID/password • Click “accept” • Click “import OPML” • Click “Choose File”, select “MDigitalLifeFeeds.opml”, then “Import” 6 Contents are proprietary and confidential. 6
  • 7. Using the Feedly Reader • Click a Category • Select the “Cards” view • Scroll through the • Click “Mark All as unread articles Read” 7 Contents are 7
  • 8. Using the Feedly Reader • Click a Category • Select the “Cards” view • Scroll through the • Click “Mark All as unread articles Read” 8 Contents are 8
  • 9. Using the Feedly Reader • Click a Category • Select the “Cards” view • Scroll through the • Click “Mark All as unread articles Read” 9 Contents are 9
  • 10. Adding News Feeds • Click “Add Content” • Paste in the URL of a target site 10 • Type in a topic; OR
  • 11. Adding News Feeds • Click “Add Content” • Paste in the URL of a target site 11 • Type in a topic; OR

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