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

over 6 years ago from Jay R, Founder

  • Tom CTom C, over 6 years ago

    Since my daily browser is Safari on OSX, the service of my choice is Safari's Reading List. Dead simple, and easily accessible on the iPhone.. of course in case you're on iOS. The sync works great and I'm pretty sure the service won't have any major disruptions anytime soon ;)

    I never saw any benefit of paying for Instapaper, and it became free too late, also in general I am very skeptical towards any link-saving apps, not to mention abandonware like Evernote ;)

    Why I am skeptical? Because I feel that when people start to use such app, they think they will have a perfectly organized catalog of their favourite articles, and the daily backlog for reading in free time. But in reality, it becomes a bottomless hole, where you just keep on throwing stuff in, and rarely go back... It's kinda the same with Reading List, but at least I don't have the feeling of dreading guilt when launching that extra app, because my Safari is always open ;)

    What would be cool though, is to have a way to send a link to your Feedly "daily feed", so you can read it using an RSS reader of your choice. But only uber nerds will appreciate it (and it's probably somehow possible anyway).

    EDIT: yeah, okay so there's saving to Feedly Board. Extensions for Safari/Chrome. Hooray!

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