Couple ways—for digital articles, I create boards in Feedly to collect certain types of content (e.g. "Best Reads July 2018," "On Writing"). You can paste in a URL from anywhere on the web, and it'll clip it into your collection. This comes in handy for me because every month my company sends out a newsletter of interesting things employees have read, so then I can remember what I wanted to contribute!
I also log my physical book/ebook reading progress really heavily on Goodreads (although I'm experimenting with transitioning to Libib, which I have fewer data privacy concerns about). I really like the ability to log what page/percentage I'm at against time, and the fact that it integrates really well with my Kindle is nice.
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