• Are you paying attention, Rojo?

    by  • 8/2/2005 • geek, meta---ging • 0 Comments

    I’m using Rojo to read news this week, and it’s taking a bit of getting used to. I’ve managed to tag many of the feeds, though I tend to prefer the way I had them in Bloglines or in Sage; one massive long list. With one big list I can see immediately which feeds I’m the furthest behind in reading, and so I tried this out with Rojo.

    If you look closely, you’ll see on the left that I’ve chosen to display “Unread Story Count” which has shown feeds with unread content in bold, with a number in brackets to indicate how many unread. It used to display that way, at least in the tag view, but it hasn’t been doing either today. I can go through hundreds of stories on the right, but I can’t pick and choose feeds from the left with any assurance of finding unread items.

    In going back to rojo.com now, I see that SOME of the feeds are displaying counts of unread, but only SOME of them… there are feeds that have new items, that should be unread, but just aren’t displaying.

    Rojo hides thier feedback email address relatively well, so I’ll just post this on the theory that they’re watching. Big Brother Rojo, speak to me!


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