As you probably know, Google is shutting down Google Reader on July 1st.
And today, the senior engineer on the Google+ team is asking Google+ users to tell him exactly what they love about Google Reader, because he would “like to integrate those ideas into future versions of many Google products, and try to capture that value.”
Earlier today, Yonatan Zunger asked this question of his followers:
“I have a question for avid Google Reader users: what are the aspects of the way Reader works that made it so useful for you? I’ve heard a number of things floated in the past day — e.g., the particular sources available, the way of managing read/unread state, various aspects of the UI — but I’d like to understand better what the concrete things about Reader were which people found the most useful, because I’d like to integrate those ideas into future versions of many Google products, and try to capture that value.”
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