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Increase Your Online Productivity by Combining How We Discover and Share Content.

Increase Your Online Productivity by Combining How We Discover and Share Content.

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    So you subscribe to feeds to get the articles from the websites you love without having to go through your browser to get the latest articles all the time; or you want to read them whilst on the move. Sometimes you want an easy way to share that killer content that you just read from your feed app, to Twitter,¬†Facebook,¬† Linked in and other social networks easier and more efficient. In fact You want to do this efficiently to make sure more people read it. You’ll probably want to schedule the time that the article is shared to the social networks that you choose. Fortunately, it’s possible to do both at the same time.

    Buffer have launched a platform wide integration Feedly. This means that you can organize your favourite news feeds on iOS, Android and Web and then schedule when to share them to multiple social networks at once so you can reach people more effectively.

    The new Feedly with full Buffer support can be downloaded here

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