One of the web tools that I use every day more, undoubtedly, is Google Reader , basically because it allows me to stay abreast of updates to many sites in one place.
Each improvement that developers Google add, always comes with some sorpresita under his arm … and this time is not for less, although the update itself is informative .
The improvements now are pointed to charts paragraph Trends (or Trends, I got it in English … so I am unaware as it is in Spanish) in order to be able to view more ‘data’ that are Stored on the basis of the feeds we have.
On the one hand, we can now access not only to see the items read as the day / hour, but also the quantity of items that were added to the Reader in the same period.
In this way we can evaluate that now more entries are added to the Reader, to organize our time, or simply to see if we have made clear our counter in the hours “peak”.
On the other hand, entering a feed in particular (for example, of Techt), we will be able to access the statistics with graphics of this, being able to know the same way, that day had more activity in that time posting more innings, and until that day of the week is the most “active” in the feed .
In this tab, it displays other data such as average number of entries per week, and total signed last update (at least, the last visit of Reader’s crawler).
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