To allow us to better manage the Feed Control service, we are no longer offering a free plan.
Blocking out ads drastically improves the reading experience, but even more can be done. In this post we’ll look at using a filter list to remove newsletter signup forms and another annoyances.
It’s possible to get a variety of RSS feeds from Google News, and these all come from Google itself, so they don’t have to be generated with third-party tools like our Feed Creator.
We’ve added proxy support to Feed Control in our latest update. This post will explain what it does, why you might need it, and how you can enable it.
JSON output is now supported on all paid plans and we’ve fixed a CDN issue affecting some feeds.
Reuters officially stopped producing RSS feeds in June 2020, but using a workaround you can still subscribe to their news items.
We now offer a few products for working with feeds. This post looks at the the differences between them to help you choose the right one.
Feed Control is a new, hosted service we’re offering here at FiveFilters.org. It can monitor different types of feeds: RSS feeds, Twitter feeds, and webpages. For each feed you can set up filtering, email alerts and webhooks, as well as RSS and JSON generation.