Thoughts and Considerations
- The 'n' key shortcut seems to stop working as soon as the contents of an article are clicked (e.g. a hyperlink is clicked). In order to re-enable the 'n' key shortcut the user has to click a headline or feed name. Is it possible to allow the 'n' key shortcut to always work? Note that CTRL-N always seems to work, but if we can simply have 'n' work without CTRL it saves my fingers from cramping. Is 'n' an undocumented shortcut?
- There might be some confusion around the configurable shortcut to “Skim” through headlines and skipping to the next unread item. They are not the same thing, but the difference is not immediately clear to the user without trial and error (and reading the mailing list in my case). It might be beneficial to look at clarifying the two ideas. One suggestion might be to make it configurable which key is used to skip through as well as which key is to skim through. I'd suggest finding two concrete and distinct words, either within the mental metaphor you're trying to leverage (e.g. newspapers I believe) or within the expected user's vernacular.
Other use cases:
- Use Case 1 - Add URL Subscription