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I imported my kindle highlights, as many others. Now I daily review some highlights (thanks to a dashboard, I am motivated). And where I didn't create highlights, as I only listened to the audiobooks, I get the highlights from others. It also allows to create beautiful quotes. It adds the book cover and matches quote and background with colours found on the book title! Really nice!
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Hey, Tressel does this (disclaimer - I created it) - there's a free version where you can comment publicly to save a post/comment or a premium version where you can save via your bookmarks. Source: about 1 year ago
I'm between apps at the moment! I would have used Notion except it wasn't possible to use the app on an e-ink screen. I need an app I can compose a synopsis on at the same time as export Kindle highlights to using https://readwise.io/, which narrows the options. I'm looking at Logseq at the moment. Source: 3 months ago
Very much agree that Pocket has gotten worse as I've used it over the years. It's so bad I've mostly moved to the much better Readwise (https://readwise.io/). I'd be fully over if they actually supported a decent export (see below). It's sad because I'm probably in the 99th percentile of Pocket users in terms of usage and am happily paying them for Premium. I can't remember a significant improvement to Pocket in 2... - Source: Hacker News / 3 months ago
I tend to read highlight and annotate using a Kindle, and subscribe to https://readwise.io/ to transfer my notes to the web. I would like to have the workflow to be able to write up summaries of books, if only for my own reference. At the moment reading my notes is like reading a book in itself. Source: 3 months ago
Some of the things I am doing include highlighting using a Kindle, and with a subscription to https://readwise.io/ downloading those highlights to my laptop. It's possible to automatically orgnanise them into chapters and sections. Source: 3 months ago
If it syncs with whatever notes app you're using Readwise might suit your needs. Source: 3 months ago
Notion API - Connect Notion to the tools you use every day
Knotes - An efficient, beautiful Kindle highlights & notes manager
Commotion - Commotion is a super simple way to add forms to your Notion pages.
Clippings.io - Organize the notes you make on your Kindle
Klib - Kindle & iBooks Highlights Manager
Unofficial Webhooks for Notion - Receive Webhooks from your Notion Workspace