SummaList is a web-based application that aims to cut down on the time people spend reading email newsletters each week. Rather than unsubscribing from multiple email newsletters—and potentially missing out on important information—SummaList gives its users a way to read condensed versions of the very best content.
Save yourself hours each day by signing up for SummaList and consolidating your newsletters into a single weekly email. SummaList currently tracks 30 popular tech and startup newsletters, including those from Paul Jarvis, Noah Kagan, Nathan Barry, Buffer, Gumroad, 500Startups, and Makeshift. Each week, SummaList’s employees—who are “real humans,” as opposed to automated robots—read these newsletters and summarize the most important content for their readers. This information goes into a consolidated email that reaches your inbox at the same time each week.
SummaList saves its subscribers time, and it helps them stay on top of the latest trends within the world of technology and startup culture. A monthly subscription currently costs $5, and SummaList guarantees that users who aren’t satisfied with their subscriptions can get a full refund within 30 days.
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