One of the core benefits of using Inoreader instead of social networks for following content is that it always keeps track of what you read, so you don’t see the same stories again. They are always there for you if you need to access them later, but you need to switch off the unread filter to reach them (or use search) and then remember to turn it on again.
This flow is not very optimal and we thought a lot about how to optimize it, without breaking away from our minimalistic approach. Here’s what we came up with:
When you scroll down past your unread articles, you still see the well-known minimalistic “No more articles here.” screen. The difference is that now there’s a new “Older articles” button. When pressed it loads the previously read articles in this section without turning off your unread filter. This one bit is very important because now you don’t need to remember to turn it on again later. We do it automatically for you.
We at Inoreader believe that small things can make a big difference. If you have any suggestion or issue using our service, you can always get in touch and we will happily get back to you.
The Inoreader team