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    Export list of podcast episodes

    I'm trying to export a list of unread podcasts from BeyondPod.

    I have a lot of unlistened to podcasts and I'm trying to get all my feeds synced with feedly. If I sync with feedly before getting a list, all the unlistened to programs will be marked as read.

    Is there a way to obtain a list? Maybe a txt file with a list?

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    You can export your feeds in OPML format (Settings | Backup and Restore | Export to OPML), but not the episodes themselves.

    What is it that you're trying to use Feedly to sync WITH? There may be another way of achieving what you're trying to achieve.

    Julie

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    Feedly is the only site I know of that I can sync BeyondPod w/ and feedly auto marks anything over a month old as read.

    I want to sync BeyondPod w/ feedly so that I can access what I haven't listened to by a web browser since I can't take my cell phone into work and sometimes I'll listen to podcasts at work.

    So the plan is to tag everything in feedly that I haven't listened to which is still in the neighborhood of 4k episodes (Mostly stuff from Tech Stuff's and TEDTalk's family of podcasts).

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    One possibility is to use BeyondPod's Chrome version at work. If you have a Chromebook then it is a straight download from Chrome web Store.

    If it is a Windows/MAC you could try using some of the “open source” runtimes like ARChon (https://github.com/vladikoff/chromeo...ster/archon.md)

    You can then synchronise your phone and your computer using BeyondPod's EpisodeSync.

    HTH
    Julie

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    I actually found a way, while looking at files, I noticed one said format sqlite3 at the top. So I opened it using an sqlite viewer, saved the feed & episode list tables as csvs, opened them and matched them up in Excel, and saved that paired sheet as a csv, now I have the list in Google Sheets to work on when I have time (I used Excel because mySQL & Excel are the two systems I knew and Excel was quicker than loading the csvs into mySQL tables).

    I managed to clear nearly have the list over the weekend.

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