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How to Save Unread Articles on Google Chrome, Know the Easy Way

Highlights

Google also gives its users the ‘Reading List’ feature.
This feature allows Chrome users to save unread articles.
By saving articles, users can read them later.

New Delhi. Google brings new features for its users every day and keeps doing something new. Google also gives its users the ‘Reading List’ feature. This feature helps Chrome users to save articles and webpages that can be accessed later to read at a convenient time. If Chrome users want to read many articles and want to save them for later, then Google Chrome’s Reading List feature comes in handy.

For example, reading too many articles at once can create multiple tabs and clutter the screen. In such a situation, a reading list can be useful. With the help of this, any user can add the article and read it later. On older versions of Google Chrome, there was a bookmark bar reading list. However, in the most recent version, the reading list feature is slightly hidden and users are not able to search it easily.

How to use this feature.
To use the Reading List feature, first open the Chrome browser on your desktop. After that click on the side panel button available on the left side of your profile pic. A panel will appear here, on which reading list and bookmarks will be displayed. Now click on the Reading List tab. Now whenever it is necessary to save an article, click on the button on the Add Current tab in the side panel.

With this the article will be saved as unread in the reading list section. Now clicking on the saved article in the reading list will always open it in the current tab. After reading the article, the side panel can be open and mark it as read and check mark option can be marked.

Errors found in Chrome
Meanwhile, the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has issued a warning about several flaws in Google Chrome. Experts say that these flaws can allow scammers to install arbitrary code on your system and bypass security restorations on the target system. CERT-in Google Chrome is requested to update the Chrome browser using the taboo before 104.0.5112.101 at the earliest.

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