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Triggers when a new page is added or updated in a notebook.
Triggers when an online action is executed.
Activated when you add an article in a personal Feedly board
This trigger fires when you highlight text in a Feedly article.
This trigger fires when you add a note to a Feedly article.
Triggers when a new article is published in a feed or in a category of feeds, or added to a selected board.
Performs an arbitrary authorized API call.
Posts a comment to a file.
Returns an image in desired dimensions and with optional parameters.
Creates a new notebook.
Creates a new page.
Creates a new section.
Deletes a page.
Retrieves a detail of a selected notebook.
Retrieves a content of a selected page.
Retrieves a selected section based on its id.
Sends a smart notification to your devices.
This action will read content from a URL, and create a new article in a personal board.
This action will try to find a source from a URL, and add it to a personal feed.
This action will create a new article in a Feedly board. It requires content, a URL, and a title.
Gets the metadata about a specific feed.
Subscribes a feed to categories. If title is not present, the feed title will be used. If categories is missing, the feed will automatically be added to the uncategorized category.
Lists all comments left on a file.
Lists the version history of a file.
Lists the project files in a given project.
Lists all the projects of a certain team.
Retrieves a list of users notebooks.
Retrieves a list of pages in a selected section.
Retrieves a list of sections in a specified notebook.
Searches feeds based on title, url or #topic.
Gets categories of feeds.
Gets all sources to which a user is currently subscribed.
Searches articles using criteria.