Well, I think the key is My yahoo is not set up like a reader. Here
are the main features I used with the Mail feeds and are looking to
* Added feeds from many sources (news, blogs, etc)
* The above is a side effect of My yahoo, but reading news from this
feedreader, as opposed to my yahoo, is more efficient, faster,
cleaner, and EASIER. I rarely have to click down another link into
the text of the article.
* All features of feed reader equally available for all items
* All feeds marked as unread, marked as read when viewed. Read
content was also shaded so I could always find where I left off.
* Reader presented almost ALL feed content, rarely forced opening
the actual site, more efficient and allowed me to
bypass "uninteresting" content!
* Ability to select individual entries and move to mail folders in
a "save for later" flagging (although a flag indicating my interest
to come back later would be a fair replacement)
* Ability to forward any feed, as if it were a simple email, right
out of the email system. And send from ANY of my mail accounts!
* Share on Facebook, Stumble, Digg where available (blogs)
This is my primary items, I'm sure others may have stuff I did not
think of. You just need to think about it be convenience and
simplicity.. . one open application (Mail), everything in place and
integrated.. . Which is the appeal of iGoogle with a fully
functioning (so far) Google Reader, and my mail accounts on other
tabs. Of course, the mail integration is lacking.
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups. com, "Ryan" <ymailblog1@ ...> wrote:
> I'm going to provide a list of feedback, regarding why Feeds users
> not shift to MyYahoo! so please provide any additional
> requests/suggestion s you have.