The Reading List is a common feature in mobile Web browsers. The Microsoft Edge app on your iPhone has one, too, and it’s a convenient place to save articles that you want to read in the future but may not have time to read right now.
If you have previously added a page to this location, either intentionally or by mistake, then you might be curious about where to find your reading list so that you can view the pages you’ve added there.
Our tutorial below will show you where to find the Microsoft Edge Reading List on an iPhone, plus show you a couple of different ways that you can manage it.
How to Access the Microsoft Edge Reading List on an iPhone
The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 7 Plus in iOS 11.4.2. I am using the most current version of the Microsoft Edge app available when this article was written.
Step 1: Open the Microsoft Edge app.
Step 2: Tap the star icon at the top-right of the screen.
Step 3: Select the Reading List tab at the bottom of the screen.
Step 4: Tap on a page in your reading list to go to it.
Note that you can clear your entire reading list by tapping the trash icon at the top-right of the screen. You can also delete an individual page from this list by swiping to the left on it, then tapping the Delete button.
You can add a page to your reading list by navigating to that page in the browser, tapping the Menu icon (the one with three dots) at the bottom-right of the screen, then tapping the Reading List button identified in the image below.
Now that you know how to get to your reading list in the Microsoft Edge iPhone app, you will be able to view the pages that you have saved there a little more easily.
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Matthew Burleigh has been writing tech tutorials since 2008. His writing has appeared on dozens of different websites and been read over 50 million times.
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