I know that nowadays you get an internet connection everywhere, but in my situation offline reading is highly needed. I could download the articles in the morning, but later in the day, I have no internet connection.
What would be even greater is an option to choose what to download per feed. Like now, you can choose if you want to open the news' description or the webpage, the offline mode should have an option to download only the description or the whole webpage - either the full webpage or a simplified version of it.
As I look around, not a single Windows reader supports this option. FeedDemon has an offline option, but it only saves the news' description, which is not much. On the other hand, Android feed readers have this option, f.i. gReader.
You can configure the hot key "Save page in database".
All images that were downloaded when opened are saved in the application cache. The size of the cache can be increased.
Hmm, it doesn't seem to work, might be my bad. But does it download all articles? Because I don't want to go thrugh dozens of pages and hit the hotkeys at each of them.
Unfortunately, this function is not in demand. And it takes a long time to implement it.
Please author add this function - for offline download/reading (with images).