The (over) capacity cloud

Feedly_overcapacity_cloudToday marked the day one of no Google Reader service and the first time I, and the many other mobile users of Feedly who’d chosen it to replace Google’s RSS reader, came face-to-face with the ‘capacity cloud’.

The desktop services seems unaffected, hopefully indicating the company can legitimately claim the troubles to be mere teething ones, but it’s not quite the seamless transfer I had in mind.

Nevertheless, it’s perhaps a useful time to double-check that I have correctly downloaded my Google data via the company’s Takeout service.

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