This webapp (Web Application) is a personal development project started on July 2012 when Google announced the end of iGoogle for the 1st November 2013. It aims to replace iGoogle start page for RSS gadgets.
The main features are:
Click on Edit, make your changes, click on OK.
Select a box, drag and drop it to a new position, or remove it and restore it above another box.
Click on Add Box, enter an RSS Feed location, click on Apply. Note that if you have selected an existing box, the new box will be created above this one.
Select a box, click on the cross-button to remove it, select a target topic, select the deleted box from the Restore Box menu.
If you have not yet clicked on OK, you can refresh the page, all your changes will be cancelled.
Select a box, click on the cross-button to remove it.
Click on Add Topic, enter a name.
Select a topic, drag and drop it to a new position.
A Share button is available with the Reader view. Open an article and click on Reader.
Click on Edit, check Automatic Refresh, click on OK. The dashboard will be then refreshed every hour.
Each topic sets a layout of 3 columns. When a column is left empty the boxes of adjacent columns are enlarged to fill the gap. Thus, you can setup 4 sizes of your boxes:
Depending on the screen resolution, the system may merge boxes into a single column for a better comfort reading.
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These headlines are unread posts. After importing your subscriptions, only posts of the day are considered as unread.
This is the delay of the last update. The maximum latency for receiving news of a RSS Feeds is 1 hour; this latency can be increased if the RSS Feed is temporary disabled.
For your safety, this webapp
This icon notifies that the display of an article requires some passive content over a non secure HTTP connection. This check is performed when you access the dashboard with a secure HTTPS connection (https://rssdashbboard.appspot.com). The content is usually an image or a video, or may be even not visible. Note that the browser notifies also a warning in the address bar.
Sometimes RSS Feeds contain the whole article. For a comfortable reading, we suggest to put these Feeds in medium or large boxes. See "how to set box width" for more details.
This action opens your mail application with the mailto: protocol. This protocol requires a default mail application installed on your operating system or bound to your Web Browser.
These are headlines of articles published for over one year. If an RSS Feed has not been updated for one year, this RSS Feed can be no longer active.
The video can be displayed in a full screen mode from the Reader view. Click on Reader, unblock the video, and then click on the Full Screen button of the video player.
This webapp applies itself the Google App Engine Terms of Service
This webapp is available with no warranty, with the following limitations:
This webapp records in Google Datastore the following data:
We consider these data as personnal and sensitive data:
We assume that Google Datastore is located in the United States. These data are encrypted in Google Datastore by Google.
You can access this webapp with a secure HTTPS connection: i.e. https://rssdashboard.appspot.com.
However, when an article is opened, some content may be requested with a non secure HTTP connection; in this case a warning icon is displayed in front of the RSS box title.
All your RSS Feeds contents are stored locally on your device to avoid a full download when content has not been changed. The "sign out" action clears this storage.
This webapp collects temporary additional data in log files for monitoring users' accesses. These data includes internet protocol (IP) address, type of browser, date/timestamp. These data are kept for a maximum of 90 days.
A cookie is a piece of data placed on your device in order to collect user information. You must be aware that this information may be shared to third-parties.
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