Add Categories Filter
Lets say you’ve got a bunch of websites added where all the content is about politics. If you have no life and have no other hobbies then fair enough, stop right there, this feature probably isn’t going to benefit you! For the rest of you, read on…
A real life example
Ok you’ve got your political stuff added into the app but you’ve also got a passion for comedy.
So you know how it is, you’re out with your mates at the pub and trying to impress them with your tv knowledge. The last thing you want, is to be searching for an article you read about 80s midget comedian Wee Jimmy Krankie but you mistake it for an article about the Scottish politician Nicola Sturgeon!
Well worry no more, with the addition of the Categories feature you’ll never have to concern yourself with these problems as everything will be categorised. You could have a category called Politics and another called Comedy and tell the app which category each of your websites belong to. When new articles are found they will automatically be stored in the relevant category.
Some websites offer multiple types of content and they tag each article with the relevant category name. This information could be used to automatically put articles into multiple categories. In the example above it could be that both articles were found on the BBC website, one article was tagged as “politics, scotland” and the other was “comedy, scotland”.
In this scenario, one would appear in your politics category and one in comedy but both would appear in the “scotland” category (if you’d added such a category name). As both originated from the BBC website, you could also add a rule so all the BBC articles are automatically set as “News” category so they would still be populated as above but now also in the news one too.