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MarkAsRead

Solve online reading mess

MarkAsRead

Solve online reading mess

MarkAsRead turn tons of opened browser tabs and graveyard of bookmarks into actual reading list with useful tools. Compare reading rate to other people, arrange articles, set due timers, get reminders and AI powered insights on how likely you'll read the particular article. If you don't read it, MarkAsRead will get rid of it for you with Expire feature. Unclutter the online media for free with MarkAsRead Beta.

I love this idea. I literally search for a better solution than browser tabs or forgotten bookmarks a few weeks ago and found nothing. Will definitely check it out. Hopefully I can kill my 5 browser windows with 10+ tabs open each!
@joelmilne ps. I haven't explored this yet, but would be great if it cached the articles for offline reading (airplanes, etc) and shared the list between devices.
@joelmilne Thanks Joel! Offline reading is on our roadmap (except FB bot of course), and your account will store all the articles so sharing between devices is enabled by default.
This was made for me! So tired of 20+ tabs slowing down my browser. Hope it delivers.
@chachafance Thanks Charnita! We'll do our best.
So I use Pocket to save articles then close down the tab. Would love to hear your thoughts on how your solution can do this better. I especially love the expire aspect. Within Pocket I have dozens of articles some years old that I saved and never read. They weigh heavily on my soul every time I open the app!
@danielmbure I feel that pain! The whole idea arose from that: when you save something to Pocket (especially articles; useful links, services etc – you might actually dig them up and use someday), you realize there's a high chance you see this article for the last time. That's my feeling. So for this case we have an expiration feature and also notifications/digest – we remind you about a couple of articles with the highest probability that you'll read it (based on what you've read before). You can open, postpone or delete each link right away. We might or might not use additional data to determine when it's better to suggest you those links – that's a questionable approach, for now it's just set reminders, 8PM each day for example.
@vladzima That's a serious pain point you are addressing that would help you one-up Pocket. Looking forward to using this as my go-to link curation tool.
If this app syncs with Pocket, calculates reading time per article, estimates total read time, checks my calendar for free time and recommends reading timeslot based on read time...I'm buying shares

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