codemaclife
codemaclife

Did you know you can import an article into Apple Books? I have been using it to read articles later and annotate. I am able to create collections for different topics.

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marshallbeyer
marshallbeyer

@codemaclife Did not know this! Are the timestamps at the bottom your highlights and notes?

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BenSouthwood
BenSouthwood

@codemaclife I might try that. :-)

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codemaclife
codemaclife

@marshallbeyer The timestamps are actually all the pages. You can bookmark individual pages you are interested in.

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codemaclife
codemaclife

@BenSouthwood It's worth trying. I go places where there's no internet access. The app isn't costing me anything and I can export as a PDF or image. I can send it to Apple Notes or send it to an existing Freeform file.

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codemaclife
codemaclife

@ddanielson Great news. It is a good tool that can export to Apple Notes and Freeform if you want to reference the article.

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BenSouthwood
BenSouthwood

@codemaclife I’ve sent stuff directly to Notes and it works well. Might try books to see how I like that.

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codemaclife
codemaclife

@BenSouthwood Great. Did you know you have reading goals for minutes and books read in a year? Apple create a year in review at the end of the year, which is cool to watch. I only started using Apple Books at the end of 2024, but I still managed to collect 734 minutes of reading in the app. So far, I am on a 13-day streak.

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BenSouthwood
BenSouthwood

@codemaclife I’ve made the decision to use Books rather than Kindle for new purchases this year. I have the widget that shows ‘reading streaks’ but haven’t delved deeper.

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codemaclife
codemaclife

@BenSouthwood I wanted to try something other than Kindle. It is a good fit and works perfectly across my Apple ecosystem.

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