The hermeneutic of peak attention suggests we should go a step further than next action feeds—really, we want the machine to make as many decisions as possible, to filter down to the most essential. The concept of the feed is all-important. For example—sharing a ledger between two people—we're interested in who spent what, but there's no reason that transactions can't just be merged into the stream and reviewed/rejected at a later date. The default should be acceptance.
Minimize decisions through effective defaults. Make feeds smart—give them behaviour. The key to managing the onslaught is in letting it wash over us like water, but giving us effective tools to grasp and hold the objects of our focus with facility.