markdown guide
 

Non-conventional answer:

For this, I use telegram.org

I have defined Channels like #programming and #writing and put all my links there.

It's then always available because I have Telegram installed on all my smartphones and desktop.

 
 

The best tool for this (in my opinion) is Notion.

You can clip and organise the links in databases (I have 3: read later, guides, tools).
In general it's a great project management, note-taking, link saving tool.

If you want to try it out, click on this link and you will receive $10 in free credits (and I will receive $5):

notion.so/?r=3cdfad4b30f34ee5ab89f...

If you just want a tool for saving links for later I would recommend Pocket:

getpocket.com

 
 

Evernote for me I just bookmark it under a folder in my browser for my newsletter

 
 
 

I've recently started using Google Keep again, so far I'm really enjoying it!

 

I didn't know google keep, thanks i will try this also

 
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