Postby Bob1 » January 9th, 2009 9:27 am
Perhaps there has been no reply to my inquiry because I confused the terms "Premium Feed" with "My Feed". In the case of my own "My Feed", it didn't download today's Upper Intermediate lesson, presumably because a new season has started, and when I set it up, I could only subscribe to the previous season.
Of course, I can (and have) set up a new "My Feed", and unsubscribed myself from my previous "My Feed". This is a rather inelegant solution. It would be much better if I could just edit the previous "My Feed" so that I don't have to choose between (A) littering my iTunes podcast page with the dead corpses of "My Feeds" past, (B) deleting past "My Feed" subscriptions, or (C) deleting past "My Feed" subscriptions while re-downloading the same past lessons into my new "My Feed" subscription. Not only does this final option increase the burden on JPod101"s servers, but it also loses the information on my end regarding which lessons I have already opened and studied.
Is it technically possible to allow existing "My Feeds" to be edited?
I would appreciate a "yes", "no" or "We're working on it" answer.