Introducing to you that newest feature of Glasp, the Atomic Interest Graph! Discover your interests and explore how they connect with one another using your tags in articles or pages.
This tutorial will help you get started with the Atomic Interest Graph and on how to use it to determine your preferred contexts.
Step 1: Sign up for Glasp
Choose a browser you’re going to use: either Google Chrome, Brave, Safari, Microsoft Edge, etc.
On your search tab, type in “glasp.co” and you will be automatically directed to the page of Glasp. Or access it from the link below.
Upon reaching it click “Sign up (beta)” and continue using your Google Account.
After finalizing your account, you will be redirected to the Chrome Web Store.
Step 2: Install the Glasp extension to your browser
Click “Add to Chrome”(Brave, Safari, or Edge) and install Glasp to your chosen browser.
Step 3: Go to Glasp Home Page
Once you’ve installed your Glasp extension, go to its home page. Here, you will see the sidebar opened where you can test highlighting words or sentences.
Also, you are free to choose your favorite topics. Choosing your topics could be a leap step as this will help you identify the articles in line with your interests.
Step 4: Highlight Articles
Start to discover, and read a wide range of articles depending on your interests.
While on the top left corner, you can also see the “Explore” tab where you can discover various types of articles from different authors. Additionally, you can even see the top highlights, comments, and notes from other users of Glasp.
Although, your range of articles is not limited to just Glasp. You are allowed to explore different articles from other sites as long as you’re going to highlight them with Glasp.
Through the articles, begin your search with what tweaks your interest and just simply start highlighting, type your tags, and learn!
Step 5: Add Tags
As you’re reading and highlighting articles, this is where the fun gets! Do not forget to put a tag on your highlighted pages because this is what will make your Atomic Interest Graph expand.
For instance, on your highlighted page you may input the term “Self-improvement” under “Tag” if it is related to the article you’ve read.
With that, you can add more tags up to your liking and depending on the topics of the articles you will read in the future.
Step 6: Expand the Atomic Interest Graph
Through the topics or tags you will be inputting; your Atomic Interest Graph will also show how your interests interrelate with each other.
The more tags you enter, the more your Atomic Interest Graph will grow. Hence, the more frequently you use similar tags, the more your Atomic Interest Graph will display a connection with your interests.
Example of Atomic Interest Graph:
Atomic Interest Graph is here to guide you on understanding how your interest in learning grows over time; as it continues to regulate your pattern in broadening your knowledge and keeping track of your insights and discoveries.
Hope this helps you identify your interest and learning history.
If you have any questions, please look at FAQ or message us.
Please look into the tutorials below if you want to export highlights into Obsidian, Notion, or Roam Research.
See you next time,
*This post was written by Louiela.