Google Reader On Google Personalized Home Page

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Many people use the Google Personalized Home Page to keep track of all their news and feeds and related tools on one page. The Google Reader is the online rss aggregator / news reader provided by Google. Since both essentially do the same thing, they brought them together…

They provide a module to allow you to add the Google Reader, Google’s RSS feed reader, to the Google Personalized home page. The official Google Reader blog says –

“Like the regular Reader interface, the module remembers what you’ve read, can sort your reading list in different ways, and allows you to view items by label. Additionally, you can view items directly on the page in a nifty floating bubble. Finally, there’s a few non-obvious things you can also do:
* If you add more than one instance of the module, you can tell them to display different labels, use different sorting orders, etc. It’s almost like building your own Reader interface.
* You can use mouse scroll wheel (when hovering over module) to scroll the item list up and down
* You can click the “edit” link and customize many things about the module.

I thank Google for this welcome addition. Click here to add the google reader on your Google Personalized Home Page.