Hongkiat: 10 Best Web Highlighters for Desktop in 2022

Hongkiat: 10 Best Web Highlighters for Desktop in 2022. “Have you used any web highlighters? It helps us improve our productivity by copying and pasting important texts you’ve found online automatically, saving good articles in your directory, and highlighting important sentences on articles so that you can remember them when looking back. In this article, I’ll introduce you to 10 useful web highlighters for the desktop.”

Bellingcat: This New Tool Lets You Analyse TikTok Hashtags

Bellingcat: This New Tool Lets You Analyse TikTok Hashtags. “Compared to those of other social media platforms, TikTok’s API (Application Programming Interface) presents more obstacles to developers. It can change frequently, making it harder for developers to use and harder for researchers to draw wider insights from trends as they develop over weeks and months. Bellingcat’s Investigative Tech Team has therefore created the Bellingcat TikTok Analysis Tool (built on the basis of a TikTok scraper offered by Github user drawrowfly) that allows researchers to collect a dataset of TikToks associated with specific hashtags over lengthier periods.”

Make Tech Easier: How to Copy and Paste on Sites that Won’t Let You

Make Tech Easier: How to Copy and Paste on Sites that Won’t Let You . Don’t use this for evil. “While surfing the Web, have you ever found a handy piece of information you want to add to the presentation you’re working on but can’t right-click to copy the text because the website has disabled it? Luckily, there are a few easy workarounds that let you copy and paste from any website you want.”

MakeUseOf: 5 Best Tools to Annotate and Highlight Web Pages for Research and Study

MakeUseOf: 5 Best Tools to Annotate and Highlight Web Pages for Research and Study. “All the apps in the article have a highlight marker (often with different colors) and a way to write sticky notes or comments anywhere on the page. Both features are excellent when you want to add notes for research and study, whether for your personal needs or friends. Beyond that, a few small features make each tool better for different needs.”

Mashable: How to organize your favorite TikToks into collections

Mashable: How to organize your favorite TikToks into collections. “TikTok offers an endless stream of fun and informative videos that can have you scrolling for hours on end — as well as losing irresponsible amounts of sleep. With so much interesting content, it’s easy to lose clips you might want to revisit later even after you’ve favorited them. Fortunately, TikTok allows you to sort your favorite videos into collections, adding some order to your obsessions so you aren’t scrolling through hundreds of K-pop fancams to find that one fried chicken recipe.”

Mashable: ‘Shared with You’ on iPhone organizes all of your shared content so you don’t have to

Mashable: ‘Shared with You’ on iPhone organizes all of your shared content so you don’t have to. “One of your iMessage groups shared a link to a really interesting article. You vowed to read it, but you got distracted and forgot. Suddenly it’s on your mind again, but you can’t remember where it is in your group text. You could scroll through the avalanche of new messages, or you could take the easy route and use Shared with You.”

MakeUseOf: 3 Ways to Visually Organize Your Bookmarks

MakeUseOf: 3 Ways to Visually Organize Your Bookmarks. “Having the option to save bookmarks within your browser is fantastic. Except when you go to find the link you need, and can’t actually find it. It may have even been faster to try searching for the page again, but instead, you’re staring at a list of text and icons, determined to find it. In this article, we’ll take you through three ways to visually organize your bookmarks. This will help you locate your links faster because you’ll know exactly where everything is.”

MakeUseOf: How to Personalize Twitter Trends to Suit Your Interests

MakeUseOf: How to Personalize Twitter Trends to Suit Your Interests. “Twitter is known for its trending topics. Whether they’re around politics, social issues, major sports games, or the latest celebrity shenanigans, it is often the platform that houses a broad range of conversations, both on a local and global scale. But these trending topics can be personally tailored to an individual level so that they reflect your own interests.”

SlashGear: Microsoft is giving OneNote a fresh design and version tweak

SlashGear: Microsoft is giving OneNote a fresh design and version tweak. “During the pandemic, many people who never used Microsoft OneNote in their working lives have begun using the application to take notes and to view shared notes from their supervisors in many companies. With the increased popularity of OneNote, Microsoft has taken the time to talk about some changes coming to the application for Windows over the next year. The updates include a major visual refresh for the service.”

MakeUseOf: The 8 Best Free Alternatives to Google Keep

I found this article thanks to its mention of TreeSheets, and I found out about TreeSheets thanks to DrWeb! MakeUseOf: The 8 Best Free Alternatives to Google Keep. “As the next-generation workforce moves towards a fully paperless and eco-friendly home or office, online note-taking apps become essential. Since Google Keep’s release in 2013, it has become one of the best online note-taking apps to date. However, the robust growth of cloud computing paved the way for many alternatives to Google Keep online notepad app. The following list of note-taking apps can suit your work style. Choose the one that best suits your needs.”

Digital Inspiration: How to Use Notion with Gmail and Google Sheets using Apps Script

Digital Inspiration: How to Use Notion with Gmail and Google Sheets using Apps Script. I hear from friends that they’re using Notion but I haven’t tried it yet. You? “Notion, my absolute favorite tool for storing all sorts of things from web pages to code snippets to recipes, just got better. They’ve released a public API and thus it will be a lot easier for developers to read and write to their Notion workspace from external apps.”

Tom’s Guide: Google Chrome is getting a big upgrade to save you time — here’s how

Tom’s Guide: Google Chrome is getting a big upgrade to save you time — here’s how. “Whether you want to take a screenshot and edit it, scan a QR code to share a webpage, even print and save a file as a PDF — Chrome on Android easily lets users do this. Now, desktop users starved of a similar suite of sharing options could soon get the same ability to share their web pages with WhatsApp contacts, other applications and Messages.”

The Verge: Pocket’s sort by time to read feature seems designed for the return of commutes

The Verge: Pocket’s sort by time to read feature seems designed for the return of commutes. “Pocket, an app for saving articles to read later, is rolling out a sorting option to Android users over the next few weeks that could solve my paralysis when choosing something to read. The new sort by time-to-read feature, spotted by The Verge’s Dan Seifert, means articles can be organized where they fit best, whether it’s the five minutes it takes to microwave lunch, or a 20-minute wait for the late bus.”