SUMMARY (your need in one sentence)
On RSS reader apps like Feedly, it’ll be nice that external links will open the page in Station itself rather than opening in the default operation system web browser.
GIVE US CONTEXT (tell us about the current experience)
When I use apps like Feedly, some of the feeds will require to be viewed on the actual website itself, at the moment clicking on those link will open the website on my default web browser causing me to leave Station app temporarily, this is a bit annoying as you just want to read that single article, then need to close the tab and then switch back to Station, and repeat that whole process again when some feeds require to be viewed on its website.
PROVIDE DETAILS (tell us what you are looking to change)
I’d like for maybe another panel to appear which will load the web page in Station itself and allows the user to close, refresh the page, open the page in default web browser, this will be a similar experience as Facebook on iOS where by default any external links will load by the built-in web browser on Facebook app, but the user is given an option to open the link in Safari if he/she choses. So what I am asking is a similar feature to be built in Station
DESCRIBE THE IMPACT (how would it change your experience)
The main advantages for me are:
- It’ll be provide a more cohesive one app experience
- Since I run Station full screen on OSX, don’t need to move between full screen panels that much
- Less mouse movements and clicks