New and Improved: Google Reader
Have you tried the Google Reader, but didn’t like it so much? Are you not quite sure which reader you should switch to? Well, have no fear, because the new and improved Google Reader is here! It has a more simple look for less visual clutter and it includes several new features to create a very pleasant experience. Keep reading to learn all about the brand new Google Reader!
To access the Google Reader, click here. That will take you to a page that looks like this:
Next, sign in to your Google account. If you don’t have one, simply click on this box:
Once you create an account, go back to the log in page and continue reading.
When you sign in, you’ll be on this page:
Like I said before, Google Reader has many new features. Some of them include:
Collapsible navigation to each section of the sidebar.
The option to hide unread counts for any section of the reader.
Collapsible navigation to the sidebar allows you to close the sub-section for a cleaner look. That makes it less confusing and easier to get where you need to go.
Here’s what a collapsible sidebar looks like:
The ability to hide unread counts just means Google Reader won’t show all the unread items. It’s just another addition to the more simpler look Google Reader is going for. It will look something like this:
Feed bundles are a great way to get many items from a topic. All you have to do is enter a broad, general topic and you’ll get several related items for your topic.
All of that and more is included with the new, simplified and improved Google Reader. Try it out today!
~ Dillan Patel