Google’s Chrome browser offers a lot of features that make it the best browser in the world. For instance, you can restart Chrome without losing previous opened Tabs, disable Google Chrome Automatic Updates in Windows 10 Computer, create your own Google Chrome theme online, backup & restore saved passwords in the browser, and so on.
In the recent release of Chrome browser, Google has added a new feature, Reading list. Reading List is a new feature that allows you to save web pages for reading later. It functions far more like a to-do list than a standard bookmark. It is a handy feature for those who want to read any webpage or news post later and want to save the URL in the browser.
In this post, we will learn the following topics:-
- Enable or Disable Reading List in Google Chrome browser
- Manage or Use Reading List Webpages in Google Chrome browser
How to Enable or Disable Reading List in Google Chrome browser?
To enable or disable the reading list feature in Google Chrome, perform the following steps:-
Step 1. Open up the Chrome browser.
Step 2. In the address bar, type the following and press
Step 3. Click on the drop-down menu next to the “Reading List” option to choose Default, Enabled, or Disabled. With the default configuration of the Chrome browser, it remains enabled. To enable the “Reading list” feature, you can select the
Step 4. Once you select any option, Default, Enabled, or Disabled, chrome will prompt you to relaunch the browser. Click the
Depends on the selection, once you complete the above steps, the
How to Manage or Use Reading List Webpages in Google Chrome browser?
Step 1. If you have come to a nice webpage and want to save it in the Chrome browser to read later (Reading list), click on the
Step 2. By clicking on the
Step 3. If you want to remove a webpage from the “Reading list,” hover the mouse over the webpage in it, click on the cross icon next to it.
Step 4. If you don’t want to remove a webpage from the “Reading list” but you want to mark it as read, hover the mouse over the web page, click on the tick mark icon next to it. It will move in a new section, “PAGES YOU’VE READ,” in “Reading list.”
Step 5. If you again want to move the webpage to the “UNREAD” section, hover the mouse over the webpage in the “PAGES YOU’VE READ” section, click on the tick mark icon next to it. The webpage will be moved to the “UNREAD” section.
Google Chrome has recently introduced Tab Search Feature on the toolbar to switch and search within open tabs. It is a handy feature for those who work with multiple tabs simultaneously.