How to see your like-minded people on Glasp

How to see your like-minded people on Glasp

If you haven't signed up for Glasp or installed the Glasp browser extension, please do so. You can refer to this tutorial.

Step 1: Choose a media type to see the like-minded people

On Glasp, you can see like-minded people through web articles and Kindle ebooks.

To see it through web articles, you need to highlight some web articles. To get started, please look at the tutorials below.

👉 How to Export Web Article’s Highlighted Sentences into Obsidian (Go to “Step 1 Go to your profile page by clicking “My Highlights” at the top left (a red circle at the left)”)

👉 Highlight Web Pages with Glasp (YouTube video)

To see it through Kindle ebooks, you need to import some Kindle ebooks. To get started, please look at the tutorials below.

👉 How to import Kindle highlights & notes into Glasp & export them as a file

👉 How to Download Highlights & Notes from Kindle (YouTube video)

Step 2: Go to the page to see the like-minded people

After you highlight some web articles or import some Kindle ebooks, please go to the Home page.

Then, please click your profile icon at the top right.

You can see a modal showing up, so please click “Find Like-minds.”

After clicking it, you will see a page that has two buttons which are “Articles” and “Kindle.” The “Articles” shows your like-minded people and the number of mutual reads. The “Kindle” is the one for Kindle ebooks.

In my case, as of October 27, 2022, I see that Kazuki and I have read 322 same articles and 19 same Kindle ebooks.

For Kindle books, you can see the titles and thumbnails of books you mutually read.

Step 3: See the details of mutually reading articles

To see which articles the like-mind and you read mutually, click the like-mind you want to dig into. It takes you to their profile page.

You will see a pull-down button beneath the search bar. So, please click it.

You see “Mutual Read” on the modal, so please click it. It will show all the articles that the like-mind and you have read mutually.

Below is the list of mutually-reading articles.

A quick and easy way, isn’t it? You can find who is your like-minded people that have read the same articles and books. We hope it brings you serendipitous connections with new people.

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