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Saturday, October 08, 2005
Add Content to Google Personalised Page
Google Personalised Page lets you add content from feeds so that the stuff you like pops up on the main page. After signing in, you select add content in the top left, & then search by keyword or FeedURL in the left column. The results appear as a list w/ an add button next to each one, & then you can add the content across onto the main page.

There's an opportunity for further integration here. I'd like it if you could import feeds wholesale from another reader, (Kinja / Bloglines) & I'd also like it if there was a one-click add link for the Google personal home-page & not just for Google Reader. Let's see whether the two new Google technologies become more integrated as time passes.

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Posted at 10:56 AM by John.
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Blogger Fritz said...
Thanks for the response to my comment and for this post. I had seen the "Add Content" box but for whatever reason I had just never noticed that I could also just enter the FeedURL.

I'm dissecting the ig.js Javascript to see how a one-click could be done from another site, but there's quite a bit of obfuscation in their code and i'm having problems making it work.

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Blogger Mike Abundo said...
If more bloggers ask for it, and Google stays clued in to the blogosphere, we just might get that integration.

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