In this article will show you how to show or hide the reading list feature in Google Chrome bookmark bar.
Chrome’s “Reading List” is a feature that allows you to save and access articles that are important to you. You can then go back and read them when you have time to do so. This feature is similar to the Collections feature of Microsoft Edge. Once “Reading List” appears in Chrome’s bookmark bar, you can save webpages by clicking the ‘star’ icon in the Omnibox. Instead of that action immediately creating a bookmark, you’re presented with an “Add to Reading List” option.
Reading list is part of the Chrome’s bookmarks bar. And, reading List should appear automatically when you update to Chrome 89. Though it should be available by default, you need to need first to enable the bookmark bar if you have disabled it. A quick way to bring it up is to use the Ctrl+Shift+B on Windows.
Disable and Enable the Google Chrome Reading List
Simply right-click anywhere on the Bookmarks Bar or the “Reading List” button itself. Next, uncheck “Show Reading List” from the drop-down menu or heck “Show Reading List” from the drop-down menu.
The reading list will show or hide at the rightmost edge of the Bookmarks bar. Click it to see the list of all your saved pages.
For each saved webpage, Mark as read icon and Delete a webpage icon are available. You can also see how long the page has been on the reading list.
To get started saving web articles to the reading list, head to the page you want to save to read later.
Then click the star icon on the right side of the address bar. From the menu that pops u Select “Read Later.”
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