Introducing Feedly and Buffer!
This post is the start of a series I’ll continue with every week where I share some useful tools that have made my life easier. This week, I’m going to share about the awesome combination of Feedly and Buffer. Feedly is a great content curation tool I use daily. You can choose what kind of content you’d like to read, and it’s user friendly interface displays a list of articles tailored to your interests.
Feedly is a great tool for me to synchronize with my Twitter account. If I find something really interesting, I can easily post it right away or schedule it to post using Buffer.
Find something you really like on Feedly, but don’t want to share it right away? Simply click the Buffer icon in the menu bar and it will automatically format the post for you with the shortened URL.
If you’d like to get even more in-depth, try using a handy dandy tool called If This Then That (IFTTT). With this tool, you can create “recipes” that allow your computer to do the work for you.
These are just a few of the many ways I’ve learned to work “smarter”. I’ll be sharing more tips and tricks as I discover them. Have questions on any of the tools above? Feel free to leave a comment!