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Updated by Maru Peltonen on Mar 01, 2015
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Great tools for organizing web content

Here is a list of apps and tools that are great for saving and organizing web content. Add your own, preferably with a comment, why you like it and what you would use it for. Try out the tools listed, and use your vote to make them appear higher or lower on the list.

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List.ly, I choose you! It is possible to add many kinds of content, easy to comment and annotate.

Pinterest

I love the visuality, and the ease of creating boards and sharing them. My comments and notes are easy to see. Pinterest is definately not just for collecting recipes and ideas for hair-dos ;-).

Bitly's bundles are handy for saving links on certain subjects. The shortened URL is often handy although I know I can't use it in my final list of references.

Another very visual tool, the logic takes some getting used to, but I see this used a lot. Also takes in all sorts of content.

Storify - Create stories using social media

Create stories using social media. Turn what people post on social media into compelling stories. Collect the best photos, video, tweets and more to publish them as simple, beautiful stories that can be embedded anywhere.

Easy to include many kinds of content, but does not allow commenting a single link. Would be a great tool for analyzing people's reactions on a subject on social media though. Collaborative editing is possible, yay!

Paper.li

The link takes you to my latest paper.li on Nemtsov murder, through the eyes of Twitter.

Paper.li lets you collect, publish and share content on the web. Seems great for following a subject in for example Twitter. You search content by using keywords and hashtags from sources you select. It is possible to blacklist persons or websites.