What I've got is a Google Sheet with tabs for each day of the week and then links to the stories we're reporting on.
I've got a Google Doc that I use for writing. I'll copy/paste the text into the Sheet when I'm done.
The links open in Chrome, of course.
So what I end up doing is swapping among these three things. Problem is that swapping away from one app kills it. I've got my articles all opened in Chrome. I read. I research. Etc. I switch over to Docs and do some writing. I need to reference Chrome again and every tab begins to refresh meaning I have to wait.
Or I swap over to Sheets and although I was looking half way down the second tab (for Tuesday), I guess it uses a web view or some such and it refreshes also. So now I'm looking at Monday's tab and have to switch.
Fine. Now I'm going back to Docs and... yep. A refresh.
I get that's resource management on Android but when you're working over a cell (even LTE) connection, that latency is a real productivity killer. I've got to think that pulling from a local cache would be preferable, but that doesn't appear to happen.
I'm willing to concede that I'm doing something wrong and if there's a better way, I'd like to know what I can do differently.