How-to-Import-and-Export-Bloglovin-and-Feedly-Subscriptions

For the longest time Bloglovin was blocked in Saudi Arabia and when we were finally able to get it I was so happy. I’ved tried a few feeds and I had finally found one that was perfect for me. It’s just a simple way to keep up with all of the blogs you follow, find new ones and also read popular articles. I could not have crafted it better myself. Unfortunately, this past year Bloglovin has changed for me. To start with white I can see my feed, but anytime I try to click on it, I cannot read the actual post, it says error. I end up having to find the post myself through Google and that’s annoying.

And recently my feed does not even update half the time. And the worst for me is the Bloglovin app. It does not work at all, I can’t even log in. Not once have I been able to log into it, it always says error. I do all of my reading on my Ipad so if I can’t read there, then it’s not happening for me. So as much as I loved Bloglovin for me the relationship has to come to an end. Have any of you had these issues or is it just me?

I’ve now reverted back to Feedly which is what I was using pre-Bloglovin. I’ve not used it in years, so I wanted a clean start with all of the feeds I now read. Luckily, you can export AND import your feeds in both Bloglovin and Feedly. Also, Feedly has a really great app to keep up to date. So I’m going to shop you a simple tutorial on how you can export or import on each place.

Bloglovin
1. Login to your account.
2. To export your feed click here, and download the file.
3. If you want to upload a feed from another file then click here and upload your file.

Feedly
1. Login to your account.
2. To export your feed click here, and download the file.
3. If you want to upload a feed from another file then click here and upload your file.

I truly do hope that the Bloglovin app and website start working like it used to, nothing compares, but you have to do what you have to do, right?