- The Notion Web clipper is simple (like really simple) I send those clipped pages into a "dispatch" database in Notion, then I can add my categorization on it. Magical and efficient. I tried everything, from Stash, to Pocket, to Raindrop and Notion killed it <3 Few previews of my setup: - Web clipper: - Dispatch inbox:Tried many things ... Notion was the only way to keep the content organized and classifiedNotion is best for long-form content that you could organize it in many different ways. So far the only major issue with Notion is that the more the content it tends to slow things down a bit and so I don't rush to have much content in there. For simpler content bookmarking I use Raindrop.io.
- Easy to organize everything in folders which are customizable with tags, icons etc! Possible to have it across all devices: web browser extensions, desktop & mobile appAs a librarian, I've tried all the tools. Raindrop is hands down the best. The only feature I wish it had was caching websites or detecting broken links. However, the searching and tagging make it an incredibly useful tool for people with lots of bookmarks.
- Sync across all devices, easy to add tags, and useful to discover other topics with "Best of Pocket"i still use Pocket but i feel like i'm looking for something more/different. :|
- I like to gather inspiration for future home renovations from Houzz and Pinterest, so the app I'm using for that is called NoteLedge. I use the web-clipper tool to import images, videos, etc., into the media folder of the app, from where it can be sorted further by individual folders. I can also collect bookmarks, references and articles as well, take notes on something I like in particular and sketch/draw (an option if you're working with a screen that allows for use of a stylus). So, favorite things about the app: easy to keep everything organized, nice deisgn, multi-platform, cloud capability (files sync on all your devices), various pens and brushes for handwriting/sketching. A useful app overallI'm a big fan of NoteLedge - I always find digital media I want to save (design inspiration, bookmarks, videos), so when I'm able to keep everything organized by individual folders, that's ideal for me. I can also take great notes and journal. A great app, overall.
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- it's got a pretty good web clipper and works on pretty much every platform out there (execpt linux but there's a web version for that)
- Create "boards" based on various topics. It creates a nice visual layout (with a few options) for sharing and embedding. There is also a nice Chrome extension so you can easily clip stuff to your boards. It's also great for saving Twitter chats.
- I've used Feedly since it was first launch and recently became a paid user. In a world where time is your only true resource, Feedly is worth years. Why is it dope? 1. Browse thousands of sources in seconds: from academic journals to blogs to forums, Twitter, and Google Alerts 2. Incredibly easy to add new sources (from literally anywhere) 3. Cut out the noise, only read the signal w/ their new machine learning algo 'Leo' 4. Recommendation engine on par with Spotify's playlist generator in terms of accuracy and value added 5. Save any article to a board and easily refer to it whenever you need it, whenever you want to show a friend, etc. 6. Integrates with Buffer for auto-sharing (and has dozens of other integrations) 7. Outrageously inexpensive - Free or $100/yr for Leo
- It's not a portal or services to pin your contents, but it integrates with various services and apps. I often used ifttt, especially on my smartphone to keep contents of whatever forms and used iifttt to curated and send to my RSS feeds/ bear notes and emails. On desktop I recommend REFIND considering pocket does not have such great content management tool/ system (only tagging) and pocket/ Instapaper is way better for bookmarking text- contents like articles and news; if u wanna save another type of materials those will redirect you to browser and open your links there instead ( not as satisfying like a pocket reading more). Notion build complicated databases and for example, one kanban board with a title card. That title card will already create new pages for that, although i want to type a word.
- Stephanie Goldman made this productMap2Next is a mobile app that allows you to read travel articles from top sources (Eater, Thrillist, Airbnb, Uber) and attaches their recommendations with maps to make them more accessible on-the-go. So you can save the places and articles you see on the web for later. It makes finding great places easy, and the UI is beautiful. Disclaimer: I work here. Let us know if you have any feedback! :)