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Old 07-19-2007, 03:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just installed Viigo and I'm trying to add all of my existing RSS feeds from my Mac. I exported all of the feeds into a file on my Mac - but I don't see any option on Viigo that would allow me to add all of them. It looks like I can only add each one manually - which would take forever.

What can I do?
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Since there is no option for it, the only real option for viigo would be to add them individually.


i know FreeRange allows you up import via OPML files from their web interface. However, FreeRange is only free for 10 feeds. For unlimited feeds you have to pay.
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Use the Viigo web interface here:

https://feeds.virtualreach.com/Manager/Login.aspx

Make sure you've set up a user/pass within the ViigoSE app on your BlackBerry first, then use those credentials to log into the website and add the feeds with your desktop. Much, much easier. OPML import is supported.
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See...you learn something every day! I was not aware of a web interface. Nice Viigo, nice.

i still prefer the navigation of Freerange though!
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See...you learn something every day! I was not aware of a web interface. Nice Viigo, nice. i still prefer the navigation of Freerange though!
Mentioning Freerange to every Viigo post you followup to is getting kind of old; I'm a Freerange user as well, but the OP in this thread asked specifically about Viigo and how to do something with it, not about anything to do with the competition. Let's try and keep it on topic and give them the help they need.
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Never knew about that - thanks.
I was just at the website and was trying to find where I can register to become a user - but can't find it anywhere.

Does anyone have a direct link to register?
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Does anyone have a direct link to register?
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It's a little confusing, but the idea here is that Viigo app auto-registers for you. Follow these steps:

1) start Viigo on your phone
2) menu key -> Options
3) select 'Account' and click
4) menu key -> Update Account
5) fill in a new username and password, Save

Now go to that link above for My Viigo in your desktop browser, log in with the same user/pass from step #5 on the phone.
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