As someone on Quora once said, “Quora is a giant campfire where random people come along, sit down, and tell their stories”.
Quora, without a doubt, is one great platform where Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, James Wales of Wikipedia and countless others including world-renowned NASA scientists, astronauts and engineers converge and embark into a stimulating and immersive discussion of just about anything.
So it's normally safe to assume that Quora hosts a plethora of smart & insightful discussions, answers and thoughts from qualified & experienced people with different professional background which are sure a delight to read.
Pocket so you can read them later offline.
The thing is: Quora hasn't have this feature yet nor Pocket has integration support for our beloved Quora.
But fret not, there is a way out..
Add “Save To Pocket” Button In Quora for Offline ReadingMeet Quora Save To Pocket, a Google Chrome extension that allows you to push contents from Quora to Pocket. With this extension, you can save any answer, question or blog post to your Pocket account straight from your Quora feed. Sweet...
How it worksThe add-on works this simply:
You install the Chrome extension. Once added, you connect the app to Pocket via the standard OAUTH authentication protocol, and you're done. Save to Pocket link should now automatically appear on every thread and answer on Quora, as seen below:
LINK: Quora Save To Pocket (Chrome)