Pocket is a nice tool to use while navigating through the web. Pocket allows you to save an article or any sort of information that you find interesting or useful to go through at a later date. If you come across something that sparks your interest but don’t have time to read it in full, you can simply use the Pocket extension to save the information in one click. All of the information you’d like to go over later is stored on your own personal account. Like most websites and services, Pocket has RSS feeds to put to use. A good way to knock out all your reading in one shot is to add your Pocket’s RSS feeds to feedly or any other RSS reader you choose. This allows you to read all your RSS feeds and Pocket in one spot.
In order to grab your Pocket’s RSS feed, click “Options” in the top right menu first.
On the options page, click “Privacy”.
From here you will see there are three different feeds: Unread, Archive, All Items. Click on your desired feed.
After logging in, your chosen RSS feed will be displayed. Simply copy and paste the feed URL in the address bar into your RSS reader.