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

over 2 years ago from Jayant Rao, UX Designer @neue.world / Curator @UXHunt.com

  • Kyle LKyle L, over 2 years ago

    Comments are difficult to discern tone. This comment sounds condescending, but I am going to believe it is not.

    I don't think I have a habit problem. I like to save articles when I know I don't have time to read them. I found that pocket was overkill for how I was using it. When I discovered Inbox could do the same thing that I was using pocket for I gave it a try. It worked better for me. Now I have one less app and a better solution for my own need. This works for me, but I am not saying it is a better solution for anyone else. I am also not discrediting Pocket in any way, it's a great app and does an amazing job at many things. But I just wanted it for one thing.

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    • Cory MalnarickCory Malnarick, over 2 years ago

      Sorry about tone – I'm often blunt when I shouldn't be.

      I'm no spokesperson to pocket, but I'm just doing my UX due diligence and trying to figure out your actual problem.

      Often, people make the mistake in today's age of having an app for everything of expecting apps to modify their behavior. I'm not saying this is you, but that's where I'm coming from at that extreme end.

      All I meant to say is because of your OP and because of some of your comments, it sounds like no matter which app you go with, you'll have to modify your behavior to that app function.

      Again, sorry about tone!

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