I guess people are expected to 'save' articles but coming from Google Reader my default behaviour is to leave some things as unread until such time as I can action them.
It is a confusing and unexpected default behaviour. Optimally it would be great if items that are marked as unread are left unread permanently, or if they must be marked as read (for back-end data management reasons or whatever), some notification to the user should be given so they can be 'saved' or otherwise dealt with.
Thanks for an otherwise awesome service!
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