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[Resolved] Saving and Quickly Retrieving “Get It” Articles

  • I am new to My Curate. I use Feedly on a daily basis for Twitter posts. I have begun using the “Get It” feature for some article/stories that I would like to save and curate later. When I “Get It” I see the article is saved on my training page. Here is my question. Can I quickly find the article that I saved using “Get It” For example I saved two articles around 10 days ago and now want to curate them into my monthly newsletter. Is there a way to find them quickly without going through many days of past article?


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  • Plugin Author mtilly



    Unfortunately, they are saved without anything different from other articles found by reading Sources. You can sort the training page from oldest to newest. Just click on the Date column title twice. This may help you to quickly get to older get it posts. The other option is to sort by title by clicking on the Title column – this may help if you remember the title.

    We are adding a feature to allow Get It to post an article as a Draft post, bypassing the training page. This will help if you know you will be creating a post in the future from the article. You can also save to Draft then immediately Edit the article with this new update.

    The new update should be out in a couple weeks.

    Plugin Author mtilly


    The new Get It that allows you to post an article to Draft is now available with the 1.3.3 update of MyCurator

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