Â Â byÂ Â mitopencoursewareÂ
It’s day 3 ofÂ #blog12daysxmas and I have a confession.Â I don’t visit my Google Reader account as often as I would like to. Some days (weeks?) are just so busy & I run out of brain cells.
And then there are the tons of great articles and links flying past in Twitter & Facebook every day too.Â Thankfully there some free tools to help deliver just the “best of” what your community is sharing.
Summify is one of those tools and the one I’ve been relying on the most lately. It monitors your Twitter, Facebook & Google Reader accounts and filters out the dreck. It then delivers a limited number of articles. As you select articles to read, Summify learns more about what you like and don’t like.
You control how many articles are delivered and how often, up to 4 times a day. I have mine set to deliver 10 stories, once a day. If that feels like too much, it’s easy to lower that number, which in turn helps lower my blood pressure.
To learn more about Summify and how it works:
- Getting the Most from #Summify: How to Make Your SummaryÂ Better
- Getting the Most from #Summify: How ItÂ Works
3 thoughts on “Summify is good for my blood pressure”
Thanks a lot for the nice spotlight Polly! I also saw you’re Dec 29th post – glad to see the ifttt recipe with Instapaper is coming in handy. Let me know if I can ever lend a hand with something. Have a Happy New Year!
Robin, happy to promote Summify. It’s such a useful tool Thank you for making it available. Thanks also for the link to the other Summify/ifttt recipes. Happy New Year to you too!
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