Would be great if it would work. Tried on Linux Mint, Thunderbird 60.2.1, with Gmail-Login, but doesn't load a single feed. Also once I setup an account, I can't find a way to change the feedly account...
Locally, you can subscribe and unsuscribe to a feed by importing an OPML file or manually, using Thunderbird’s commands and dialogs.
Deleting a feed is pretty straightforward, and should work simply by pressing ‘Del’.
Subscribe to a feed is a trickier operation, as we need to satisfy the structure imposed by Feedly. That is: 1) There must be a root subfolder with the category name 2) Below said folder, must be the feeds subscriptions. So, subscribing to a feed using Thunderbird dialog seems a little clumsy.
You can also easily rename a category to verify everything is working correctly.
I just downloaded the extension and I was able to import all my feeds from feedly. Great! I was misiing an extension like this! It looks that the articles attributes (read/unread - starred) are not synced, at least on my machine. Adding this function would turn this extension in something perfect and extremely useful (also considering the total lack of a desktop rss reader that sync with feedly on windows). By the way, does the extension work on linux and OSX too? The addons.mozilla webpage list it as a windows download but I will try it on my linux machine. Being able to use it on any platform supported by thunderbird would be great as well! I'm available to eventually help in testing the future versions. Big thanks again to the developer!
EDIT: I've tried the extension also on linux and on osx and it works fine. I'm looking forward to see the starred and mark as read features implemented. Then it will be really a must have extension for any feedly&thunderbird user (and I'm sure there are a lot out there). I would be glad to donate to the developer in order to support his work but I haven't found a way to contact him directly. Maybe he could add the infos for a donation directly in the notes of the next version. Keep up the good work and thanks again
This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.0).
Installed the add-on, set it up, logged into Feedly, but the add-on doesn't fetch my Feedly feeds.
I login to Feedly using my Google account. Thunderbird Error console shows an "unable to authenticate" error after I've successfully entered my credentials.
EDIT: The workaround the developer suggested fixes the login issue. Sycn'ing doesn't appear to work, though. I tried both the Download and the Synchronize methods, but what I see in Thunderbird doesn't match what I see in Feedly. Specifically, the items marked as read in Feedly are not marked as read in Thunderbird. There are no errors in the log.
This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.0).