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  1. @mdrockwell agreed, I’ve just gotten in the habit of copying and pasting the website link in Reeder, and letting it find the RSS feed(s) by itself. For the once in a blue moon that doesn’t work I have to manually intervene, usually by appending “feed” or “rss” on the end.

  2. @pimoore I can usually work around it in that way too. But I’m working with RSS-Bridge at the moment and it generates an RSS feed based on your input. You submit the form and you’re taken to the feed, no opportunity to copy the feed URL at all.

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