Collaborative RSS Feeds Links Manager
FeeLiMa helps you access your feeds and news anywhere, at anytime on any computer with any browser!
FeeLiMa manages RSS Feeds Links under Channels and Feeds. Channels can be shared with other users. A channel can contain any number of feeds. A filter engine is provided in order to filter the news.
A 1-click button is provided to add an open webpage as a feed to FeeLiMa!
You can add, rename and delete a channel. More, you can give a channel to another user in the same group and you can share a channel.
You can send a news by email and you can save a news as a bookmark in BooMaMa. You can add a news to any social network (facebook, twitter, linkedin, ...) thanks to the AddThis component.
You can send a news by email where address has Autocomplete from history.
You can add, rename and delete a feed. More, you can move a feed to another of your channels, and also refresh all feeds of the current channel.
FeeLiMa includes some powerful features for your daily use.
On this screeshot you can see that 'gilles' shared his 'TEST HTML' channel containing 5 RSS feeds. So, in a workgroup, some users can be in charge of providing updated and interesting feeds to the group.
On this screenshot, you can see the result of the filter 'europe'.
The filter engine returns news.
Autocomplete from history is available in the filter field.
On this screenshot, you can see the sort selector:
Some more features are related to the user account management.
A user can change his email address or his avatar. An avatar image can be a JPG or a PNG file, about 500x500px.
A user can get an HTML file of his bookmarks and an OPML file of his RSS feeds for backup purposes. This HTML file and the OPML file can be imported later in BooFee or any other manager.
An HTML file of bookmarks or an OPML file of RSS feeds can be imported in a user account. Of course, exported HTML file and OPML file can be imported back.
Each time a user logs in, he can see his activity (adding, renaming, deleting of topics, sub topics, links, channels, feeds) and any activity related to shared sub topics or channels. The activity log can be sorted by date (default) or user.