The Safari reading list is a relatively overlooked feature on macOS and iOS. This feature originally appeared in the OS X Lion and iOS 5 systems in 2011, but except for the offline cache that was added the following year, it basically remained the same for these eight years Compared with full-time read services such as Pocket and Instapaper.
I myself rarely used the reading list function before, but used inoreader to solve the needs of reading later. However as a native feature of the system, Safari reading lists have privileges that third-party applications can't reach. The "Add to Reading List" option is almost ubiquitous and always prominent in the first-level menu, and new links don't require more than two clicks at any time. Not only that, the reading list as a system service can always be running in the background and synced across devices almost instantly via iCloud.
After discovering these advantages, I have tried to make more use of the Safari reading list in recent months. I mainly use this function as a temporary storage space to process some pages that do not need to be saved for a long time
Although the reading list feature is relatively poor, this simplicity also makes it an ideal place to stage web pages. For pages that you occasionally encounter when you browse and want to save them temporarily, it ’s a bit of a waste of time to bookmark and tag them; many pages are not in the category of articles, so reading tools later is not the right place to go. In these cases, the reading list becomes the ideal choice.
The use of the reading list is very simple, there is nothing that needs special instructions, and unfamiliar users can read Apple's official support articles ( iOS version , Mac version ) for a more comprehensive understanding. However, the reading list function also has some relatively hidden techniques. After memorizing, you can further improve the efficiency of using it as a link temporary storage tool.
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