3 Chrome Extensions to Mark and Save Articles for Later Reading
Everyday we come across hundreds of interesting articles in Internet, but due to shortage of time we may have to focus on some other work that’s more important. This will leave us with half-read articles which will be saved for later reading.
There are many bookmark services that will save articles online and let users access website anytime. But it is a lengthy procedure which includes typing login id, password and sometimes if its too late the entire article might have been removed from the website.
It would be easy if an extension would mark and save entire article for later reading with a single click. Below are 3 Google Chrome Extensions that will help you do so.
Read Later Fast : Its one of the most popular chrome extensions. Once installed, all you have to do is ‘Right-Click‘ and select ‘Read Later‘ option. The entire copy of webpage will be saved.
To access the bookmark click on ‘Read Later‘ button in chrome extensions panel and select desired article. One of the advantages of this extension is that the webpage will be available even if the original copy is deleted from source.
To Be Read Pro : Its similar to above mentioned Google Chrome extension, but to access bookmarks all you have to do is click on icon at upper right corner of Google Chrome. The extension will also save screenshot of the bookmarks to make selection easier.
youRhere : Yet another popular chrome extension which not only saves the webpage but will also mark the exact line where you stopped reading. Just hover mouse over a line and double-click.
A Yellow marker will highlight the entire line and save it for later reading. To access bookmarks click on arrow icon at the upper right corner and select desired articles.
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