I can imagine many Joplin users are also using different read-it-later applications, and I would like to know your workflow of using those together with Joplin.
For example, do you try to centralize archiving all notes and articles in one place (Joplin)? Or do you distinguish between content types and use Joplin for note-taking and read-it-later applications for reading and archiving articles?
I am using Wallabag, an excellent self-hosted replacement for Pocket/Instapaper, and I am figuring out which strategy to follow.
Full articles scraped to Joplin can help keep the entire knowledge base in one place, but it may also clutter the notes' workspace. On the other side, keeping to separate archives for notes in Joplin and useful reference articles in Wallabag complicates keeping track of everything.
Also, Wallabag allows highlighting text in the articles, but the Joplin web clipper won't pick up those highlights when storing as a simplified page.