I am using it primarily for Twitter at the moment, and my god it's better having these things in a well designed reader instead of letting the algorithm dictate what you read based on corporate interests.
I'm using #ttrss as my reader with rules to sort feeds into Skim/Follow/Stalk with sub-trees of a couple of categories.
Often just marking whole tranches of "skim" things as read without reading them.
Making sure I read every post from everyone in my Stalk list, even those that are replies to people I never heard of.
Automatically marking read replies to people I never heard of for people in the Follow list.
Similar stalk/follow/skim structure for the longer-form RSS feeds that mostly ain't twitter.
When one guy I followed was kicked off of Twitter, I just edited his feed to point at an RSS of his Telegram and it's like he was never cancelled.
You can't let the corporate-controlled algorithms control what you see my friends. You gotta take control yourself somehow.
Even if that means learning to use an RSS reader.
A gateway into the global open conversation in the fediverse for Boing folks and anyone they know.