With the latest release of the OS, Microsoft has made a step forward in the world of Internet browsing. The brand-new browser that comes with Windows 10 – Edge – has been implemented with the Reading List function, a feature which exists in modern browsers.
The Reading list allows you to save web pages or article to read later. You may wonder which are the differences between bookmarks and a reading list? Well, the items in a reading list are more “temporary”, for short-term use. Here you can store items that you don’t want to keep for a long time, but to read when you come back home or from another device such as tablet or smartphone.
Microsoft Edge automatically synchronizes the Reading List with all other Windows 10 devices.
The purpose of this tutorial is to show you how to save an article to the Reading list and how to remove it when you no longer need it.
1. Opening the Reading list tab
- Launch Edge, navigate to a website, and find a page you want to read later.
- Click the Star icon top-right side of the window and choose “Reading list”.
2. Adding a site to the Reading list
In the Reading list pane, enter the custom name you want to give to that particular page. Click “Add”.
3. Viewing or removing the items from the Reading list
- To access your saved items, you must open the Hub and select “Reading list”.
- Click on an article to access it or right click -> Remove, to delete it.