[How to] Search for an Article

The API also allows you to search inside the Feedly Team account to find specific articles by keyword, content type, etc.

GET /v3/search/contents?streamId=:replace_with_id&query=:searchTerm

The v3/search/contents endpoint allows you to search for a term in a specific feed, board, source or your entire Feedly. You control the scope of the search via the streamId parameter. This is the same id we used above to list the content of a specific feed or board.

There are 2 global ids which would be useful if you want to search across all your feeds or all your boards:

enterprise/acme/category/global.all is the global stream id which allows you to search across all of your team feeds (replace acme with your team id).

enterprise/acme/tag/global.all is the global stream id which allows you to search across all of your team boards (replace acme with your team id).

This search request can be tailored using query, count, newerThan, fields, embedded, engagement, and locale.

It will return a list of items, each item representing an article matching the search request.

Pro Tip

You can also set the scope of the search to be an individual source. Each source has an id that combines  feed/ and the URL of the RSS:
feed/http://daringfireball.net/index.xml
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