How to import your Kindle highlights to NeuraCache

Marcin Czech
Jul 3, 2019 · 2 min read
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Part 1: Get Kindle Highlights as a file

Solution 1: Directly from your Kindle Device

What you will need :

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Step 1:

Connect your Kindle Device to your computer via cable.

Step 2:

With your file explorer, find /Documents/My Clippings.txt file on Kindle Device.

Solution 2: using Bookcision plugin

What you will need :

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Step 1:

Go to https://www.norbauer.com/bookcision/ and follow instructions.

Step 2:

Download files. Make sure you have selected “as json” file format from the dropdown.

Part 2: Import file with NeuraCache

Once you have the .txt file (solution 1) or .json files (solution 2), copy them to your mobile phone. There are multiple ways to do it. For example, with iOS, you can copy via iCloud folders. With Android, you can send it via email and save it from your email client.

Next open NeuraCache, tap settings then tap on “Import Book Highlights” and select your file, done. Your Kindle Highlights should show up neatly organized by Book (see the animated demo at the top).

More:

Want to learn more efficiently and get compound results from your notes/books/insights?

There is much more you can do with NeuraCache

❤️🧠

Marcin

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