Unhoard

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Dennis Passway
@dennispassway · I make things.
Thanks for the hunt @im_diogodantas!

What @bentossell is saying is exactly why Unhoard was born. We both added lots of things to our Pocket and ended up with endless lists of things to read- or watch that were only growing. Inspired by e-mail newsletters we thought it would be cool to receive your own things on a weekly / daily basis.

We build the prototype in a few hours for ourselves. Later we gained some users and added more features. What makes it really worth a try is the recent feature that enables you to directly archive things from the e-mails.

We would love it if you gave it a try and let us know any feature requests or feedback!

Thanks!

Discussion

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Ben Tossell
@bentossell · Community Lead, Product Hunt
This is a cool idea... Im sure we are all guilty of adding things to Pocket and they end up getting buried. Although Im guilty of ignoring emails with articles to read unless I'm caught in the moment of 'ready to read stuff'. Maybe I need some hitman to turn up at my house once a week and remind me This is a functionality I want to add to my bot as you can... Show More
Erdem Inanc
@erdeminanc · Maker
cool idea for pocket users. my pocket is full of unread important things. thanks. @mishaheesakkers
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Dennis Passway
@dennispassway · I make things.
Thanks for the hunt @im_diogodantas What @bentossell is saying is exactly why Unhoard was born. We both added lots of things to our Pocket and ended up with endless lists of things to read- or watch that were only growing. Inspired by e-mail newsletters we thought it would be cool to receive your own things on a weekly / daily basis We build the... Show More
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Minh Park
@mynhpark · Marketing (GetLiner.com)
Finally a way to reread my old Pocket articles! Just joined the service :)
Tony Freed
@tony_freed · Product Development - tonyfreed.com
Oh yes! I definitely need it :) Thank you, guys :)
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