Why was this item recommended to me in my Discover feed?

Recommendations in the Discover feed are articles and videos that we think you’ll be interested in, sourced from the millions of items that are being saved to Pocket every day.

Recommendations also come from the people you follow on Pocket. When someone you follow recommends something, it’ll appear in your feed alongside the recommendations from Pocket.

If you decide that a recommendation isn’t to your liking, we encourage you to hide it. Just tap the ●●● button, then tap "See Fewer Stories Like This". To report an issue with a suggested story, tap "Report" in the same menu. These actions will remove the item from your feed and help us improve the Discover feature over time.

We’re regularly refining our recommendations engine to make it the best it can be. Please drop us a line and tell us what you think!

A note about Sponsored Content

You may begin to see sponsored recommendations in your Discover feed. These are clearly labeled as “Sponsored”. For more information, please read our company’s blog post about sponsored content in Pocket, and review our Sponsored Content FAQ.

A note about Privacy

As we continue to revise and improve the Discover feed in Pocket, our Privacy Policy will not change. We continue to focus heavily on user privacy when building new features. Recommendations are processed by an algorithm which happens anonymously. They are private to you and never shared with third parties. Click here to view our Privacy Policy.

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