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Feedly filtering and sorting

Enhance the feedly website with advanced filtering and sorting capabilities

Version au 2016-12-23 20:56:46 UTC. Voir la dernière version.

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MIT licensed, Copyright (c) 2016 Soufiane Sakhi (
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Feedly filtering and sorting

When this script is enabled, a filter icon will appear next to the settings icon that toggles the filtering and sorting menu.

Toggle button


Advanced settings

Import settings

This script requires the Unread Only option to be enabled.

Additionally the Latest sort option must be enabled to use the script's sorting functionality (it's not required when the sorting is not enabled and the pin hot articles option is disabled).

Feedly settings


  • Filtering: Hide the articles that contain at least one of the filtering keywords.
  • Restricting: Show only articles that contain at least one of the restricting keywords.
  • Multi level sorting: by popularity, by title, by source or by publish date.
  • Auto load all unread articles.
  • Advanced controls of the recently published articles.
  • Pin hot articles to top.
  • Import settings from other subscriptions or from global settings.
  • Link settings to other subscriptions.

Two settings modes are available:

  • Global settings: same settings used for all subscriptions and categories.
  • Subscription settings:
    • Subscription and category specific settings
    • The default settings values are the global settings.
    • A group of subscriptions can share the same settings by linking them to the same subscription.

Presentation support:

  • The Title Only, Magazine and Cards views are fully supported.
  • The Full Articles view is not currently supported (does not use the same rendering engine as the other views).

A page refresh is required when changing the presentation.


Can be found here.


Please report bugs and feature requests in the following link.

Don't forget to give the project a star if you like it :)


This script relies on the user scripts extensions like Greasemonkey or Tampermonkey.

After installing the appropriate user scripts extension, you can install the script from the following sites:


The Greasemonkey extension should be installed.

Google Chrome

The Tampermonkey extension should be installed.

Dev Installation

Install NodeJS & NPM (

npm install
npm install -g grunt
npm install -g typings
typings install

To build manually:

To automatically build on source code change:
grunt watch