- 07-09-2013, 06:51 PM #1
I never found a perfect solution to the limitations of the "share to" menu in Windows Phone. I wanted to share pages from the phone's browser to services like Evernote and OneNote in a simple and elegant manner.
I still can't use Evernote and OneNote, but here's a simple way to send pages from Internet Explorer (or any other Windows Phone browser) to a Readability account.
1. Log in to your Readability account.
2. Go to "Apps & Add-nos".
3. Go to "Bookmarklets".
4. Copy link addresses for the buttons you want (Read Now, Read Later, Send to Kindle).
5. Create a new bookmark, rename it and paste the address of the bookmarklet.
You can use those bookmarks to send pages to Readability. It's a pretty simple solution and it should work with similar services like Pocket. However, I tried using Evernote's bookmarklet in IE but it didn't work.
07-11-2013, 03:15 PM #5
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This also works with Pocket. Create an email contact called Pocket or whatever and include the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Now when you're in IE and want to save a webpage, tap "...", share, select an email account, and then choose your Pocket contact. Voila, the page is sent to Pocket.
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