I’ve been using Substack for a while and reading newsletters on my desktop. There are many insights and learnings, which let me keep reading, however, my issue is that I cannot organize what I’ve learned efficiently. Often, I’d like to look back at newsletters to remind and check the details of the concept for leveraging to my work, but it’s a little bit hard to find which newsletter it was. How does everyone organize and manage newsletters and what you’ve learned?
I have tried two ways to approach this:
1. Dedicated Gmail tab: Signup to Substack and other newsletters with email@example.com so that you can easily filter all of them with one click. Real time saver!
(2) gets you started and (1) gives you depth.
We've definitely hit newsletter overload—it's tough to keep up with everything if you subscribe to all the newsletters you come across.
A few things I've found that help so far:
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