Displaying Your Reading List
Glasp released a new feature to show your reading list on Notion, Obsidian, and your website. Here’s how it looks like.
You can see the six recent articles I read above. The number of articles to display is customizable. Let me explain how to display it.
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: Go to the Home page or “My Highlights” on Glasp
On the Home page or “My Highlights” on the Glasp website, you can see an email icon at the top right. So, please click it.
Step 2: Click “Create Embed Link”
When you click the email icon, you see a popup showing up. On the popup, you can see
Create Embed Link, so please click it.
Step 3: Choose the number of articles to show and click Copy Link
You can see an overlayed screen shows up. On the right side, you see the number of articles to show. So, choose how many articles you want to show on Notion, Obsidian, or your website.
After you choose the number, please click
Copy Link. Once you copied the link, you are ready to show it, so please open the place where you want to paste it.
Display on Notion
On the Notion page, please search for an
Then, you can just paste the link directly into the space. When you click the
Embed Link button, that’s all. You can display your reading list.
Display on Obsidian
Once you copied the link, you can just paste it on the Obsidian note. When you change the view, it shows the reading list.
If you want to change the size of the reading list, you can change it in the iframe code.
In iframe, you can see
iframe width="900" height="560", so if you update the number, the size of the reading changes. Please try to adjust as you want.
Display on other websites
If you’re managing your website, you can display your reading list by simply putting the iframe link on the page.
Medium and Substack are currently unavailable to display the reading list. And we’re checking and working on WordPress now. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Glaspers who show their reading list
Below are the learners on Glasp who show their reading list on their website.
Thank you everyone for showing your reading list 🤝
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