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automatically subscribing to feeds from link on web site?

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Zaldor
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automatically subscribing to feeds from link on web site?

Not sure exactly how you could do this, but would it be possible to set up DC to automatically subscribe to an RSS feed when you click on it within the browser in Android?

-Les

eric
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Subscribe by clicking on links

It's possible to do this, but I actually prefer apps to not do it. What you might end up with is getting prompted whether you want to open the browser or DoggCatcher...probably much more often than you like.

Having said that, it sounds like it may be personal preference of mine so it would make sense to make it a configurable preference for DoggCatcher.

Thanks for the suggestion. I created an issue for this.

http://mantis.snoggdoggler.com/view.php?id=259

robertm
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listen does this descently

Googles listen implements this pretty well. It seems to only pop up the "pick app" prompt for podcast feeds. Just adding a me too for this feature.

eric
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Links to feeds

Hmmm, I noticed the opposite. I was prompted when clicking on a normal web link. I'll take a look though and see what I can do.

chrismoody
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Was this ever added as an

Was this ever added as an option?

WayneC
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Yes..since version 1.1.1225

Yes..since version 1.1.1225 Re: Issue 259: Ability to add feeds by clicking on urls in browser http://mantis.doggcatcher.com/view.php?id=259 & version 1.2.4143 issue 2098 Support for one click subscribe via subscribeonandroid.com http://mantis.doggcatcher.com/view.php?id=2098

Device settings>Apps>All apps>Doggcatcher>Open by default