Using Reading List


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Using Reading List

And then there's Reading List, a feature introduced with Lion that lets you bookmark stories for later reading. Wait, wait, wait, bookmark? But why not just use a Bookmark? Well, let's take a look. So I'm going to go to one of my favorite websites. Say we'll go to Macworld. Now because I'm that kind of guy, I'm going to select one of my own stories, and then I'll choose Bookmarks > Add to Reading List, and you see the little icon go over and it appears where these glasses are.

That's Reading List. Now if I click on those glasses, I see my reading list. Alternatively, you can drag a URL to that same area and it will be added to your reading list. Now under Lion, these entries served only as Bookmarks, which means you could only view their contents if you were connected to the Internet. Now that's not the case with Mountain Lion's Reading List. You can read these things even when you're offline. So it makes a cached copy and it stores it on your M...

Using Reading List
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Using Reading List provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Mountain Lion Essential Training

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