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Mac OS X Lion Safari Reading List

This Reading List feature looks even cooler with the latest build of Lion and the tool are synced with iOS devices using Instapaper on your iPad pretty redundant.Lion does actually sync with iOS’ Mobile Safari thanks to MobileMe bookmark syncing and the new developer preview of Lion and an iPad the tipster discovered a new bookmark folder labelled Com………

 

Apple is working on a feature called Reading List for its Safari web browser that will let users save stories to read later and Reading List only appears to be something that’s in early builds of Mac OS X Lion, Apple’s next operating system but I would wager that it will also be something that’s implemented and synchronized on the iPhone and iPad. Reading List lets you collect webpages and links for you to read later. To add the current page to your Reading List, click Add Page. You can also Shift-click a link to quickly add it to the list. To hide and show Reading List, click the Reading List icon (eyeglasses) in the bookmarks bar,” Apple reportedly wrote regarding the feature.Reading List appears to be partly based on HTML and javascript, though the company has yet to mention the feature in Mac OS X 10.7 Lion documentation. Further details regarding Apple’s plans to implement the feature remained unclear, though the report did suggest that Apple may allow syncing between devices.

 

Add a page to your Reading List:

  1. In Safari, open the webpage you want to add to your Reading List.
  2. Click the Reading List icon (eyeglasses), located at the left side of the Bookmarks bar.
  3. In the Reading List sidebar, click Add Page.

Quickly add a link to your Reading List:

Shift-click a link on a webpage to add it to your Reading List. You can use this shortcut with the Reading List sidebar open or closed.

 


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