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Old 12-17-2009, 04:24 PM   #1
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Calibre has a built in recipe for google reader but it only shows articles you've tagged. Is there a way to customize this recipe to just show all of your articles from google reader? If so, what would this look like?
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Calibre has a built in recipe for google reader but it only shows articles you've tagged. Is there a way to customize this recipe to just show all of your articles from google reader? If so, what would this look like?
By tagging they mean feeds you have placed in a folder using the Manage Subscriptions screen. Any feeds that are in folders will be downloaded. If you don't want to separate your feeds into folders Google Reader Uber recipe (under unknown in the recipe list) will just grab all unread messages. The only problem is it will just create one big jumbled read-list from them all. See this post for clarification.
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