Keyboard shortcuts are handy tricks to help speed up your reading and content curation. Getting familiar with keyboard shortcuts in general is helpful for any professional or heavy internet user. They not only help you work faster, but more efficiently. In fact, one of the first features requested by users on our feedback forum after FlowReader launched was the ability to move through items using keyboard shortcuts. So, if you’re…

“Concentration is a fine antidote to anxiety.” – Jack Nicklaus  Running behind on a project (again)? Can’t remember where you stashed those brilliant stroke-of-genius-at-midnight notes you jotted down last week? Sorting through the pile on your desk and wondering how you’re going to get it all done? From time to time, we all struggle to focus at work. It can be difficult to juggle your every day tasks, the phone…

Browsing Is Key To Content Discovery

A close family friend once told me that she always reads the first and last page of any book she’s thinking of reading. This is the way she picks out a reading list. My mom calls it “tasting”. Some might call it cheating. I call it browsing. We often associate browsing with bookstores or libraries, or nowadays, even databases. We’re natural browsers. It’s a crucial component of how we discover information and…

A lot of you have requested Google Plus support be added to FlowReader in our feedback forum, and we have definitely placed adding a Google+ home stream on our roadmap. (Hey, we’d like to add a whole lot more than that!) But here’s the truth: we’re just not ready for that moment yet. So, until that day comes, we’ve got a solution to help you out. In today’s post, I’m going…