daily.dev is designed to help you stay up to date with minimal effort.
For this reason, filtering your feed is probably the most powerful feature of daily.dev.
Tags you choose and tags you block only affect "My Feed".
They do not affect the other feeds:
- Most Upvoted
- Best discussions
Setting up your feed
To set up your tags for the first time, click on the "Choose Tags" button at the top of the page (1).
You will see a modal with more information about tags, click "continue" (2).
Choose tags to follow
You will see a further modal where you have the following options:
Search for a specific tag.
You can use the search field (3) to look for a tag.
Once you have found the tag you are looking for click the
+ button to follow it.
Follow a group of tags
e.g. Blockchain, Career, Cloud etc.
Click on the "Follow all" button (4) on a tag group to follow all the tags within that group. They will all be added to your feed filters.
You can choose as many of these as you want.
Follow specific tags
Alternatively you can click on the group name (5) and select individual tags that interest you from the list of tags that appear below (6).
Once you have found all the tags that you want to follow you can just click the "Create" button (7) to complete the process and create your personalized feed.
You can always change your followed tags at any time.
Wondering how daily.dev classifies articles? Learn more about how we built our article tagging system
Available tag groups
|B - E||F - O||O - W|
|Career||Gaming & 3D||Product & Design|
|Cloud||Hardware & Firmware||Python|
|Database||JVM||Security & Privacy|
|Data Science||Management||Tech News|
|Developer Tools||Mobile Development||Testing|
|DevOps & SRE||.NET||Web Development|
Please Note: Tags might be included in multiple tag groups.
If you want even more control over your feed you can check out the advanced filtering page.
This will help you further fine-tune the types of content on your feed.