The short answer is that we're working to build a long-term business around Digg Reader. And that means we view you, and will treat you, as the customer, not the product. In practical terms, that means we're going to work to build not only a great free product, but also a set of highly useful premium features that many users will decide it's worth paying for.
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- How do I import my feeds from Google Reader, now that it's been shut down?
- I'm having trouble logging in
- Why didn't some of my tags get imported from Google Reader?
- Will all my feeds be imported from Google Reader?
- Will my folders be imported from Google Reader?
- How long does it take to import my feeds and folders from Google Reader?
- What happens to the items I starred in Google Reader?
- What happens to my tags from Google Reader?
- I see my feeds and folders from Google Reader, but where are my starred items?
- Why do I only see 20 items in my feed?