How do you guys 'Save for Later' the Articles you like?

over 6 years ago from Jay R, Founder

  • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, over 6 years ago

    There are two reasons for saving an article:

    1. Is when you have read it and you think it will have value in the future (i.e. you will understand it better a year from now or there's info you can reference). In this case, any bookmarking service will do just fine, because you only need to archive them for future reference.

    2. is when the article looks interesting but you don't have the time to read it at this moment. For this, I realised that bookmarking articles with any service means I will never read them, so what I do instead is save them to my desktop or phone's screen, so the next time I find myself with nothing to do or checking my phone, I have this handy article waiting for me.

    In your case, I'd start by looking at why you want to save 80 articles at once and what you think the value of that is. If what you are looking for instead is a way to save that session and pick up where you left off tomorrow, then you can either change the browser's settings, or even use one of those apps that will turn all your open tabs into a text file.

    2 points