Isn't there a way to shorten them?
If not, there oughta be. I hate to have a blog feed and see the whole article on my Hub. I'd prefer to see an excerpt. Or be able to choose if it's just a link, an entire entry, or a set number of characters.
The blogger sets those parameters, as far as I know, not the feed subscriber.
But I have never had one show the whole article - even on one I made from my own blog, selecting "show all available", I only get 160 characters per entry in the feed.
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