Since the discontinuation of Google Reader, Feedly is going to be your new home for all your favourite site
and news feeds, compiling the articles you want to read into one tidy space. Feedly comes with a fantastic categorising system
, which allows you to set up news feeds under specific categories. The only downside of this category system is once you have read an article and want to save it, you can only save it to a single archiving folder, which cannot be categorised or ordered. However, what you can do instead is categorise articles by tags. A tag is a singular descriptive word which is somehow relevant to the content of an article. Tags are present in almost any kind of news article or blog post. They help categorise an article and give it better reach to the kind of people who are searching for tags specific to that article. With the Feedly tagging system, you can now add as many tags as you like to an article. Each tag will then become its own category, which you can access through Feedly, creating an incredible vast and specific library of articles that can be accessed in an instance by selecting a tag.