Safari is Apple’s own web browsing platform that comes pre-loaded on every iPhone, iPad and MacBook. The Cupertino company has been working pretty hard to improve Safari, introducing new features and changes. One such feature lies in the ability to save all webpages to Reading list.
In reality, with a modern version of Safari for Mac, you can add your favorite pages to Reading list. This comes in handy for those who want to access their articles without internet connection. Besides, you can sync all your articles in Reading list so you can view them across multiple devices.
This article walks you through the steps to save Safari pages to Reading list on your Mac. Before we begin, make sure you now have the latest version of Safari installed on your Mac.
How to save webpages to Reading List in Safari on your Mac
Step one: First off, launch Safari on your Mac and then make sure you select Safari from the Apple menu
Step two: Select Preferences from the drop-down menu and then select the Advanced tab
Step three: Once you are done, check the box next to Save articles for offline reading automatically to complete the task.
How to sync your Reading list across Apple devices
Safari now allows you to sync all of your reading list items to iCloud, so you can access them across multiple devices. Before moving ahead, make sure you are now using the same Apple ID on all of your devices.
Step one: Open Safari on your Mac and then select System Preferences from the pull-down menu
Step two: Locate iCloud and click on it
Step three: On the next screen, check the box for Safari and then hit OK to confirm your action
On your iPhone, head to Settings > Apple ID banner at the top > iCloud and then turn on the switch for Safari.
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