Once you have saved a resource on Mindstone it will be sent directly to your Library, where you can sort and organize it as needed.
Mindstone supports web articles, podcasts, videos and even email forwards - all of which you can read, watch, and listen back to at any time. All content can be (auto-)tagged to keep it organized, and it's easy to highlight and take notes on important bits to review later.
The Viewer is mostly the same on mobile and web, with some small differences.
Viewing Content on Mobile
On mobile, all content will display with a menu bar at the bottom, with quick access to tag, leave content level notes, and share easily.
Scroll quickly to the top with the floating button on the left, and mark content as "Done" at any point with the floating button on the right.
You'll have another opportunity to mark content as "Done" at the bottom and go to the next article if you're in the Flow.
If you want to delete the resource permanently or create a report with the Mindstone team (such as reporting a bug, breach of copyright or factual error), click on the ellipsis icon at the top of the Viewer.
Viewing Content on Web
Just like on mobile, the menu bar is available at the bottom of the resource on the web version of the viewer, so you can tag, leave a content level note, and share the content.
In addition to deleting and reporting a piece of content, unlike mobile, there are a few more options to be found in the bottom menu bar: exporting and renaming the content.
To the left hand side of the Viewer you will find additional information on the piece of content, including the original link, length of reading, and tags.