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    15 comments  ·  General » Dashboard Of Things  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Peter Naughton commented  · 

    Agreed. I never had a problem with this until maybe just a few months ago. When I first started with Netvibes, I rarely had to login again. Recently, it seems rare that I *don't* have to login. They must have drastically reduced the lifespan of their login cookies or something.

    It's become such a pain in the neck (or I've become so lazy) that, if I go to Netvibes and it asks me to login, I'll usually just say "forget it" and go elsewhere, rather than logging in. Basically I'm only using Netvibes as an RSS feed reader (since iGoogle and Google Reader were discontinued) so it's not like I have any "sensitive data" on Netvibes. I don't see why I have to login more often than I have to login to my Gmail account, which is much more sensitive.

    Maybe it's time to find another RSS feed reader option.

    PS - Only 5 votes for the original post? (And 3 of them were from me.) Every single one of the rest of you who commented should also vote this post up so it's more likely to be noticed.

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