When this happens...
New York TimesNew Article
Then do this...
PocketSave for Later

Reading every article in the New York Times would be too much, but you can keep up with your favorite topic from your favorite section using automation. Once active, this integration will add articles to Pocket from a new articles posted to a selected New York Times section when the headline includes your chosen term, making it easy to keep up with your interests and avoid noise.

How this New York Times-Pocket integration works

  1. An article using your term in the headline is published in your selected New York Times section
  2. Zapier adds that article to Pocket so you can read it later

Apps involved

  • New York Times
  • Pocket

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It's easy to connect New York Times + Pocket and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.

When this happens...
then do this!
New York Times
New Article

Triggers when a top article is published

Pocket
Save for Later

Save an item for later.

Pocket
New Item

Triggers when you add a new item.

Pocket
New Favorited Item

Triggers when you favorite an item.

Pocket
New Tagged Item

Triggers when you tag an item.

Pocket
New Archived Item

Triggers when you archive an item.

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The New York Times is an American daily newspaper which features top articles across many sections, including politics, technology, and opinion.

Pocket is the best way to save articles, videos and links to view on any device, any time.