Mark as Read on Scroll
It would be nice when you are reading the topics through the app and not interested in that topics by scrolling pass them, they will be marked as read automatically. So you can continue reading all new topics after you switch the app back and forth, and you will know what topic you are at after the last time you open NextGen Reader.
I'd really like to see this too!
this feature is really important, please make it as your priority. I just bought the app on my windows 10 and would like to see this feature as soon as possible. Thanks
It's possible alright, Readiy implemented this few weeks back this and it works beautifully there.
Joshua Lyon commented
I noted that ngreader responded that this would be re-evaluated with Win 8.1 due to concerns with performance the RT versions of Windows. Have you considered making this feature only work with x86 versions of Windows?
Marc E commented
I wish I could use all my votes on this request.
I have tried a few reader apps, NextGen is my favorite, but the "Mark Read on scroll" is a missing feature for me. I use it with the Feedly App on my Android phone and would love to see it on my Win 8 machine.
Or a manual option to mark everything above as read after a long press, like the Press app on Android.
I concur. This is really the only option that I really miss from my android rss days. Love the app but some feeds have dozens articles that I would like to skim through. I agree with Marc Alberts that it would be nice to make it optional though.
Marc Alberts commented
If this were implemented please make it optional. Some feeds this would work for me, but I have technical feeds as well where I just cant read them in order. If this were a per feed setting like the default open method I would support that.
Adminngreader (developer, Next Matters) commented
@Joseph-Wilfried It could be implemented but the lists performance is impacted on Surface RT. We'll consider it after the Windows 8.1 update.
Joseph-Wilfried Rosenbaum commented
Has anyone seen a Win8 app that does this? Early on I was told that this is difficult to implement due to the way Win8 handles lists, but maybe there's been some progress?