How to Save Articles on Facebook That You Dont Have Time to Read Now
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It’s always right when you have to jump into a meeting that you spot a must-read long-form essay or must-watch video on Facebook. So what do you do? You open it in a new tab and think, I’ll get to this later when I have more time. Turns out, there’s a much better way. 

What you do: Open Facebook and start scrolling through your news feed. When you stumble upon an article you’d like to read later, click the drop-down menu in the upper right-hand corner of the post. (It looks like an upside-down triangle.) There you’ll see the option Save Link. Click it and go on with your day.

Phew, you finally have an extra ten minutes to spare. In the sidebar on the left-hand side of the screen, you’ll see a section labeled Explore. Click Saved and all the links (and videos) you wanted to look at later will automatically appear.

Whoa, this is a way better system than tabs. Facebook, LYMI.

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