3 simple steps to create a Reading List in Chrome

Apr 23, 2015 · 2 min read

Information overload is slowly killing our productivity and our capacity to stay informed.

A reading list is the best tool to read more and be productive. It is like a to-do list filled with the articles you want to read when you have the time (whilst commuting, on the toilet, eating breakfast…).

How to create a Chrome Reading list with Noosfeer

Up until today, the Chrome browser has not included the option of a built-in reading list. Nevertheless, there is a lightweight and simple extension which can help you achieve the task.

To set up your Chrome reading list with Noosfeer, follow these 3 simple steps:

1. Install this extension. A small “N” button will appear next to your address bar

2. Click the button to register your Noosfeer account and be able to save your reading list

3. Finally, each time you stumble upon a page you want to read but don’t have the time, click the ‘N’ button to add it to your reading list.

Bonus Chrome extension

If you want to have quick access to your chrome reading list, along with mind blowing images in your New Tab Page, this extension is perfect for you.


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