Chrome is known as not the most convenient browser. That’s because it lacks many useful features. Finally, Google has paid attention to the wishes of users and released a new feature Read Later in Chrome’s brand browser.
The Read Later support has worked in Canary’s early test build and is available for everyone to review. The feature has a talking name – it allows you to save collections of pages and sites in a separate list for further study.
The appearance of a function in the Canary build (version 87.0.4274.0) means that it is still in the test phase and may not work properly. By default it is not enabled, the function needs to be activated on the chrome://flags test capabilities page.
There are two ways to add pages to the Read Later list – just right-click on the menu or in the address bar, click on the asterisk icon and select Read Later instead of adding it to your bookmarks. To view pages, you need to find the Reading List folder in the bookmarks panel.