How to use Safari Reading List on your Mac

By | July 30, 2014
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In Apple’s new operating system X Mavericks, they have introduced a new thing reading list in the safari web browser which makes the users easiest thing to find out the content in reading list when you get a chance to read. Even this reading list synchronizes your iOS as well as Mac device so, you can pick up and read it any where you want. For more information follow this guide to know about how to use safari Reading list on your Mac.



Before Knowing this safari Reading List you have to know How to save pages to the Safari reading list. To know about this follow the steps given below

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  • First you have to open the safari web browser.
  • ¬†Then Navigate the web page you want to save it to safari reading list.
  • Click on the plus button which is located at the left the web page URL or directly hold the command and shift keys and type D.
  • That’s it you are done with saving the webpages to the reading list.

How to open  safari Reading list 



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  • First you have to open the safari web browser.
  • Then Click on the view menu.
  • Select show Reading List side bar.
  • Alternatively there is one more option to show reading list by holding the command and controls keys and type 2 or Click on book mark button.

How to delete an item from Safari Reading List



  • First you have to open the safari web browser.
  • Then Click on the view menu.

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  • Select show Reading List side bar.
  • Alternatively there is one more option to show reading list by holding the command and controls keys and type 2 or Click on book mark button.
  • Click the X button which is present at the right hand corner of the individual list

Make sure whether your safari is checked in your iCloud system reference to read the web pages on any devices if you get a chance. If you save the bookmarks to the Safari web browser even you have a chance to read it later in offline, When there is no internet connection.

 



Author: Micheal Edward Tansey

Micheal, is a loyal Apple Fan. A graduate in computer science, Micheal loves to experiment with iOS and Mac. Here at The Tech Bulletin, he covers information about Apple Products.+Micheal