[How to] Listing Articles in a Feed or Board
All lists of articles (at the individual source, feed, or board level) are exposed as a stream of items (Item is an RSS term for an article).
To get the list of articles associated with a team feed or a team board, you need to identify the unique id of that feed or that board. When you open a feed or a board in the Feedly web application, the id appears in the browser URL bar.
For feeds, the URL in the browser will look like: https://feedly.com/i/collection/content/enterprise/acme/category/45c32255-1234-4c06-2321-1991de3c2bb2
The id is the part of the URL starting with enterprise:
For boards, the URL in the browser will look like: https://feedly.com/i/board/content/enterprise/acme/tag/45c32255-1234-4c06-2321-1991de3c2ddd
Again, the id you are interested in is the part starting with enterprise:
Once you have the id of the feed or board you would like to access, you can use /v3/streams endpoint to fetch the list of articles associated with the feed or board.
Given that the content of feeds and boards is private to a team, this request needs to be authenticated. You will need to get a developer token and pass that token in the header or URL of the request.
You can use the count, unreadOnly, ranked, and newerThan input parameters to tailor this request to your specific needs.
You can request up to 100 articles per request using the count parameter. If you need more articles, you will need to learn how to use the continuation parameter to paginate through articles in batches of 100.