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Launching Category Filtering

You may have noticed some hashtags at the top of feed emails recently.

A FeedMail notification with categories displayed.

These are the categories that the post is in and FeedMail can now filter by category (for feeds that have them). Simply go to the subscription page for the feed and select either the categories that you would like to receive or a list of categories that you would like to ignore.

On the subscription page there will be a list of categories used by recent posts. At this time there is no way to filter on categories that haven't been used recently.

As an example if you are subscribed to this blog you can select the "features" category to receive only posts about new features (like this one) or you can exclude the "tips" category if you don't want to receive usage tips. However each feed will have their own set of categories and conventions.

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