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Microsoft Edge - Take Your Reading with You

Reading list in Microsoft Edge gives you a place to save articles, e-books, or other content you want to read later—on the bus, over the weekend—whenever you like. You'll see your reading list on all your Windows 10 devices when you sign in with a Microsoft account.

You can also read e-books in your browser. Select any book in the .epub format on the web, and it'll automatically open in Microsoft Edge where you can save it to your reading list.

Add to your reading list

When you come across an article you want to save for later in Microsoft Edge, select Add to favorites or reading list, and then Reading list > Add. Or right-click any link and select Add to reading list without even visiting the page.

When you’re ready to read, select Hub, and then Reading list.

Screenshot of reading list

Read with fewer distractions

For a clean and simple layout with fewer distractions, select Reading view in the address bar. You can even change the reading view style (light, medium, or dark) and font size to find what's most comfortable for you—tap anywhere on the page and select Options.

Image showing reading view button

If you have any questions, come by the Help Desk at Hardman & Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center Room 105, call 646-1840, or email us at

Keywords:microsoft edge take reading list add mobile internet browser favorites   Doc ID:80249
Owner:John B.Group:New Mexico State University
Created:2018-02-19 11:03 MDTUpdated:2018-06-06 14:51 MDT
Sites:New Mexico State University
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