How do you keep track of all the forums?

I am looking for way to keep track of multiple forums. What do you guys use? I am looking for a locally hosted option.

RSS feeds? Some might support atom?

I have freshrss up and running. It may be a good option. I just need to play with it more.

I used to use this, but I am looking for a self hosted option.

Maybe one of these options are interesting to you:

I’ve also been thinking about this… currently I just have a bunch of bookmarks, though the search bar allows me to search through them easily so they are easy to find, just not neatly presented.

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Firefox Bookmarks.

Right click on the tab and save it to Bookmarks Toolbar. From there, you can move it up or down the list as you see fit to group them all together and even use separators to help with that by right clicking on the list and use Add Separator. Edit the Name as appropriate.

Bookmarks don’t really do what I want. I want to see some content from several forums. How much, I don’t know yet.

I did find a big list of potential options though.

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I heard about feature in nextcloud which checks for new posts on given websites.

I think that’s just an RSS. It might be the one called “news.” I remember nextcloud being able to be your email client, as well as an rss reader.