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Hello.

In Firefox on iOS I can add url to "reading list", then tap on bookmarks / reading list and back to the article at another time. But only on my mobile.

I'm using the sync option between iOS od mac OS app and... Could anybody tell me, where I can find the "reading list" on the Mac OS desktop Firefox app?

Hello. In Firefox on iOS I can add url to "reading list", then tap on bookmarks / reading list and back to the article at another time. But only on my mobile. I'm using the sync option between iOS od mac OS app and... Could anybody tell me, where I can find the "reading list" on the Mac OS desktop Firefox app?

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Yup, I need this, too.

I'm using Firefox on a MacBook Pro and on a Samsung Android tablet. I much prefer reading on my tablet. I'm trying to read professional publications, TESOL Journal and TESOL Quarterly. In order to access them I have to log in to the TESOL web site, go to the publication links and then get sent to the journal's publisher's web site. So, it's already a lot of rigamarole just to get to the article I want to read. And often this chain of events actually starts with an e-mail from the journal about a new article or issue.

Once I've got the article open, it would be soooo much easier for me to just save it to a Reading List on Firefox desktop so that I can just open up Firefox on my tablet and find it there and read it there. Otherwise, I have to save it as a link and it just adds to the clutter.

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Hi Jakub, If you need to sync the reading list with other devices, I would recommend Pocket, which is owned my Mozilla. For instructions, visit the following article: Save web pages for later with Pocket for Firefox