One of my personal resolutions for 2006 is to be less sloppy with tagging and organize my rss feeds.
I use newsgator for my Cambodian feeds and wanted to consolidate and organize in bloglines. So, had to figure out if there was a way to export them from newsgator and import into bloglines. You have to save the "OPML" file from program onto your hardrive and then upload/import it into the other. However, I had a heck of time finding how to do that in newsgator because the interface isn't intutitive or I'm stupid.
Luckily they have fairly quick email tech support. Here's the instructions for later.
To export your NewsGator Online OPML:
1) Sign in to NewsGator Web Edition.
2) Click the "NewsGtor Manager" tab.
3) Click "Edit Locations".
4) Under "NewsGator Web Edition" click "OPML"
5) On this page you will see your OPML URL. Right-click on it and choose "Save Target As" to save the file to your computer. Make sure you save the file with a .opml file extension.
If you're OPML is marked as "Private" which is the default, you may be prompted to enter your NewsGator Online user name and password.
One thing I hate about these two RSS readers is that you can easily organize on the fly which means I need better discipline.
And, in the event I want to export bloglines opml files someplace else.