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We’re excited to introduce a convenient new way to stay informed: the “Magazine” delivery option, delivering all your updates in just one email per week.

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A main aim of follow.it is to enhance your productivity, and today we’re stepping it up by allowing you to consume content much faster.

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As of today, you’ll see a new type of feed in the follow.it directory: Date feeds. They alert you of specific, scheduled “events” or “happenings”.

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Most feeds in the follow.it directory are RSS-powered, which means they rely on a website’s RSS feed to check for new stories.

While most websites come out of the box with an RSS feed, some don’t have one. Up to now, it wasn’t possible to follow those via follow.it. This now changes.

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When you follow a feed (for example in the follow.it directory), you can select “news page” as one of many delivery channels. This allows you to read stories directly in your follow.it account.

We improved the reading experience on the news page in several respects, and those went live today.

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It’s just a small enhancement, but an important one: to bolster security further we now allow users to enable a double authentication process for accessing their follow.it accounts.

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We’re happy to announce the launch of the follow.it Chrome extension, allowing you to quickly & easily follow websites while browsing the web!

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We just launched a small but useful feature for publishers: you can now add additional content below your regular messages from your feed.

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Up until today, the process for sending messages was always fully automatic: follow.it screens a website (to be more precise: its corresponding RSS feed) to check for new stories and, once found, sends an alert to all followers.

We’re happy to announce that from today, you (as publisher) can also enter messages directly on follow.it, […]

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When you follow feeds on follow.it (e.g. those you found in the directory), you can select via which channel(s) to receive messages, e.g. Email, RSS, Telegram etc.

From today, you have another option: Sending messages straight to your Twitter page.

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