Again, in SharpReader this can be your ideal way with exactly the topical connections and synergies you want. You can separate the feeds you need for work from those suited for leisure, for example, or categorize all the recipe feeds according to your taste.
The best thing about sorting your feeds in folders is not even that they are neatly organized and you can collapse a (now) less interesting category easily. No, the best thing is that you can read all of a folder's feeds together. SharpReader automatically collects all news items from all subfolders in a folder. If you have a "Science" folder, for example, with all the interesting scientific feeds in it you can read and sort all relevant news from all these sources in one place, this "Science" folder.
Organize Your Feeds in Folders in SharpReader
To use folders for organizing your feeds in SharpReader:
- Click on the folder under which you want to place the new folder with the right mouse button.
- To create a new top-level folder, use the Subscribed Feeds root folder.
- Select Add category from the menu.
- Type the desired folder name.
- Hit Return.
- Drag-and-drop all desired feeds to the new folder.