This approach is highly recommended. I prefer a different way- I usually focus on systematic reviews and discussions to substantiate the key giveaways. I summarise most of the articles I come across and skim through the title ideas.
Oh well, I use AI to speed up and automate my workflows.
How to read papers?
A google search for “how to read papers” returns innumerable useful results. But if you find it overwhelming, here’s a couple that I found helpful:
The classic three-pass approach (and a three-minute video version)
OMSCS 6460 How To Read An Academic Paper: Advice from a favourite Prof
Interviews with other scientists sharing their approach
An approach for engineering-research papers
Reassurance that we’re not the only ones finding it hardHow Reading Papers Helps You Be a More Effective Data Scientist
Follow the link above and you may be able to incorporate some ideas in the workflows.