How to add Signals from Feedly

Send articles found in Feedly to FIBRES to include them in your futures intelligence.

What is Feedly?

Feedly is an RSS reader for creating custom feeds. It helps users keep track of important topics and filter out the noise.

FIBRES is a tool for building your own futures intelligence. It helps you make sense of your data at scale.

There are two ways to integrate Feedly with FIBRES:

Import articles with Feedly's Custom Sharing

Custom Sharing is a paid feature of Feedly that allows you to create custom connections to a variety of services that Feedly doesn’t support natively.

To set up Custom Sharing between Feedly and FIBRES:

  1. In Feedly, click your image and open Settings.
  2. Click Saving and Sharing.
  3. Scroll down to Custom Sharing.
  4. Enter the URL${url} in the text box.
  5. Select the checkbox for Custom Sharing.


To send content to FIBRES using Custom Sharing:

    1. Open any article in Feedly.
    2. Click the Custom Sharing icon that looks like a paper plane.
    3. FIBRES opens in a new window and the article is added into FIBRES as a Signal.

Import articles with the FIBRES Web Clipper

If you are using the free version of Feedly, you can use the Web Clipper to send content from Feedly to FIBRES.

  1. Install the Web Clipper.
  2. Open any article in Feedly.
  3. Scroll to the bottom and click VISIT WEBSITE to open the article in its original source.
  4. Click the Add to FIBRES bookmark in your bookmarks bar.
  5. The article is added into FIBRES as a Signal.

What you can do with Feedly articles in FIBRES

With FIBRES you can, for example:

  • Link Signals from Feedly with each other to create clusters of connected topics.
  • Link Signals from Feedly to a Signal Cluster to summarize their combined impacts.
  • Link Signals as real-life examples of recognized Trends and Megatrends already in your FIBRES.
  • Change the content type of Signals into Trends and position them on your FIBRES Radar.
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