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Convert Partial RSS Feeds into Full Text inside Google Reader Convert Partial RSS Feeds into Full Text inside Google Reader Some websites, BBC News and CNN for example, offer only a headline and a short excerpt in their RSS feeds but you can easily convert these partial feeds into full text and read the full story right inside Google Reader itself. Some websites, BBC News for example, offer only a headline and a short excerpt in their RSS feeds and you therefore have to leave your Google Reader to read the full news story. Now there are a bunch of services – like FiveFilters, FullTextRSSFeed and FeedEx – that can quickly transform partial RSS feeds into full-text feeds but with certain obvious limitations. First, these services can only process a limited number of feed items per day so the transformation may not work with high-volume feeds. Second, when you convert a partial feed into a full feed, you are actually creating a new RSS feed and this will only exist as long as the conversion service is in business.
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Posted by Alan Green, Software Engineer In the next week, we’ll be making some highly requested changes to Google Reader. First, we’re going to introduce a brand new design (like many of Google’s other products) that we hope you love. Second, we’re going to bring Reader and Google+ closer together, so you can share the best of your feeds with just the right circles.
Google Reader has been discontinued. We want to thank all our loyal fans. We understand you may not agree with this decision, but we hope you'll come to love these alternatives as much as you loved Reader. Sincerely, The Google Reader team Frequently-asked questions Reader - Featured Reading Lists Reader - Featured Reading Lists