Ever wondered how people curate newsletters? How do I curate my newsletter? How do I keep up with the never-ending content that's updated on the internet every day? It's through Refind. Or, through apps like Refind.
Refind curates 5 most relevant links from around the web, tailored to your interests. With summaries by the authors and highlights by the community.
👍 Advantages of using Refind:
Refind sends you 5 curated links based on your interests. Not only that, based on your "favourite" celebrities. This way, you don't have to visit their profiles to stay in the loop.
Although Refind advertises it as "5 links", you can actually increase the number of links to 20. I personally find this is the best way to stay up to date with what's going on in the fields I'm interested in.
Refind has a "Reading list" to save all your interesting links.
It also has a "Library" where your most helpful content can live forever.
"Explore" is where you go and find interesting links to browse and read.
It also has Instagram-like stories to keep up with the celebrities you want to follow.
Let's say you're interested in diving deep into a topic, you can subscribe to a 'Deep Dive' on Refind. Dozens of experts are ready to introduce you to the best articles and videos from their field of expertise.
If you're a curator, you'll love Refind. Read more about it on this link.
They have a mobile app on both Apple Store & Google Play Store. You can also download their Chrome plug-in to save links quickly and read on the go!
You can earn their Premium plan with only 10 referrals! How cool is that?
👎 Disadvantages of using Refind:
It can quickly get overwhelming when you're on Refind.
Their main dashboard looks too busy when I increase the number of links I want to read. I feel they can improve their UX in this area.
No integration with Notion. It only supports Pocket for now.
✨ Similar websites to explore:
Bookshlf - A media curation platform for the curious-minded.