I found that there’s a good RSS reader service name “BazQux” on my Twitter stream yesterday.
https://t.co/GutpfvV0R8 雖然是做為 RSS/Atom feed reader，但也可以直接訂閱 Facebook Page/Instagram/Twitter 這些已經不再提供 RSS/Atom 的資訊源.... 讚啊。— Kang-min Liu (@gugod) March 16, 2019
It seems like it can subscribe not only RSS feed but also a Facebook page and other things.So I spend a morning to migrate my RSS feed from Slack to BazQux and read it on reader App.
Well, after a day. I cancel all the subscribe on BazQux and back to my old way - Slack.
BazQux is fast, clean and easy to use RSS reader. It supports many client apps and can read Twitter and Facebook. Better than every reader I used.
However, I can’t read full article content in the reader. I still need to click the title and direct to article web. That’s what I am doing before with Slack. Most significant is my Slack always open when I was using the computer.
I clarify my user story below:
- I can get new article notification, showing feed title, article title, short version of content.
- If I’m interested in the article. I can read the Full text of it by a click.
I still recommend Bazqux if you want a better reader for RSS.
But to me, Slack (and IFTTT) is enough.