Reading list in chrome browser
It’s difficult to read anything that’s written on the internet because there’s so much of it. The “Reading List” feature in Google Chrome will help you save stuff for later so you don’t miss out on anything interesting.
What Is the Reading List in Chrome ?
The “Reading List” is exactly what it says it is: a list of books to be read. It’s similar to the bookmarks we’ve used in web browsers for years, but it serves a more specific purpose.
Rather than saving an article or story to a bookmarks folder, you can add it to the Reading List. If you’re logged into Chrome, the list syncs to your Google account, making it accessible on both your desktop and mobile device. It’s a bit easier to find than bookmarks because of this.
The offline feature is another advantage over bookmarks. You can read pages saved to your Reading List even if you don’t have access to the internet, but you may need it to add to the list.
How to Use Google Chrome’s Reading List
It’s the same as bookmarking a web page when you use the Reading List. It’s available in Chrome on the desktop (Windows, Mac, and Linux) as well as for iPhone and iPad at the time of publishing. Unfortunately, Android does not support the feature. We’ll teach you how to use it in a variety of situations.
How to use Reading List On Chrome Desktop
To begin, go to a webpage you’d like to bookmark. On the right side of the address bar, click the bookmark button. (Star Symbol )
There will be a menu of two choices. Choose “Add to Reading List” from the drop-down menu.
It’s that easy to add to your Reading List.
The Bookmarks Bar must now be available in order to access the Reading List. Ctrl+Shift+B or Settings > Appearance > Display Bookmarks Bar will do the trick.
On the far right side of the Bookmarks Bar, you’ll find the Reading List. When you click it, a list of all your saved articles will appear.
“Unread” pages are at the top of the chart, followed by “Pages You’ve Read” at the bottom. You will also see how long the pages have been added/read for.
To mark a page as read/unread or to delete it from the Reading List, hover your mouse over it.
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