Start by selecting your favorite tags
Filtering your feed is probably the most powerful feature of daily.dev. Since it's all about staying updated with zero effort, making that extra mile to configure your feed would surely pay off. Let's learn how to get it done!
Navigate to the Manage tags menu
The first step would be to open the sidebar by clicking on the ⚙️ icon -> Choose "Manage tags"
Once done, you should be able to see the following menu:
Once on the Manage tags menu, you're going to have the following options:
- Follow a group of tags (e.g., Backend, Webdev, Data Science, etc.). Click on the "Follow all" button to follow a group of tags, and you're good to go.
- Follow specific tags within a group. Our team manually curates each group of tags, but you can always select just the tags you're interested in.
- Search for a specific tag. Didn't find the tag you were looking for, use the search to find your key term -> Click the
+button to follow this tag
Wondering how does daily.dev classify articles? Learn more about how we built our article tagging system
Available tag groups
|☁️ Backend||📝 Erlang||☕️ JVM||🚀 Open Source||🔒 Security|
|📦 Blockchain||🕹 Gaming||🐧 Linux||🐘 PHP||🦄 Tech News|
|🕷 Crawling||💻 Hardware||🖼 Microsoft||🚉 Platforms||🛠 Tools|
|🔬 Data Science||🏗 Infrastructure||🌎 Misc||🐍 Python||👓 Virtual Reality|
Note: Tags might be included in multiple groups.
The following guide will show you how to use the advanced filtering options. This should help you fine-tune the types of content on your feed.