The Kindle’s Best Feature: Seeing all your Highlights on one Website

The Amazon Kindle is great and it’s incredible it was introduced almost 8 years ago.  I realize it can still be a controversial topic for hard-core readers regarding whether paper for e-ink is better, but for anyone who doesn’t own a Kindle or does and doesn’t know about this feature, the best part of a Kindle is being able to see all your highlights from all your books in one place online at:

Some of you may already realize this, but it’s incredible.  The ability to be able to go back and review everything that resonated with you when you read it is incredible.  Sure, if you underline or highlight tangible, real-paper books; you could go through your old books on the shelves — but no one ever does.

Being able to scroll through a feed that shows the books in the order you last read them, and the highlights are incredible — here’s an example:

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While I don’t use this feature as much as I’d like to, I love the ability to scroll through and see what struck me in a book I was reading recently or years ago.

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