I use Zotero to manage my citations, but while it does an excellent job of keeping notes and files relating to what I have read, it doesn't do particularly well at keeping track of what I haven't read. I realized today that I could drag citations from Zotero directly to Remember The Milk's Smart Add field and voilà! Instant reading list. Holding shift while dragging gives an abbreviated citation, and you can set Zotero's preferences to use a particular citation format specifically for rememberthemilk.com (more information). The only drawback is that you have to drag citations in one at a time (no luck adding everything at once like with Spotify -- although it might be worth trying with other citation managers like EndNote).
Posted at 10:43pm on December 21, 2010
Hi, I just came across this and have a question: What would be the difference between using RTM (from within Thunderbird) versus Google Tasks (also in Tb) in general or specifically for reading lists.
Posted 1 year ago
I just saw your reply. I'm sorry, I don't use Thunderbird to manage email, so unfortunately I have no idea. Good luck!
Posted 11 months ago