I would like to suggest an option to organize feeds (not only the news) by their last news date. I think this can help a lot to find obsolete feeds that no longer receive updates, but are still functional.
Anyway, QuiteRSS is already a very RSS reader. Thank you so much!
there is a workaround for this. You can get this information by using the SQLite command line interface
to access the QuiteRSS database feeds.db.
Not having any other information I assume you run QuiterSS on a Windows machine.
The following is based on this assumption.
Before doing anything please backup the files feeds.db and QuiteRSS.ini !!!
For the location of these files please refer to
Help -> About -> Tab "Information".
Please follow these instructions.
- Download the file sqlite3.exe from here
and store it in a folder of your choice.
i recommend a subfolder in the QuiteRSS main directory (f. e. \scripts).
- Go to this new folder and create a new text file.
- Open the text file and copy the following lines into it.
SET command="select updated, text, title from feeds order by updated;"
sqlite3 %dbFilePath% %command% > %resultFilePath%
- Go to
Help -> About -> Tab "Information"
again and set the dbFilePath in the text file to the path you find for the database file.
Keep the double quotes in the text file.
- Save the text file as f. e. feeds.bat. The file extension needs to be .bat.
Please close QuitesRSS. If you now perform a double-click on this file a file feeds.txt will be created
holding the required information.