Bookmarks, Footnotes, Before you go – Kindle Paperwhite (2nd Generation) User Manual
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Reading Kindle Documents
option, tap the Menu button and select Settings. On the Settings page, select Reading
Options, Notes & About This Book, and change the Public Notes setting. The Popular
Highlights and Public Notes features are not supported in all countries.
Notes and highlights are added to a file on the Home screen called My Clippings. When
Whispersync for Books is set to Enabled, these items are stored in the Cloud for you so they
won't be lost. To manage the Whispersync for Books setting, tap the Menu button and
select Settings. On the Settings page, select Device Options, Personalise your Kindle,
Advanced Options, then Whispersync for Books.
Amazon's Whispersync technology automatically saves your place in whatever content you
are reading. To bookmark a page, tap the Bookmark button on the reading toolbar and tap
the plus sign next to the location or page information. A black bookmark will appear in the
top right corner of the page. The Bookmark button on the toolbar changes from white to
black on bookmarked pages.
You can view a list of all of your bookmarks within a book by tapping the Bookmark button
on the reading toolbar or by tapping the top right corner of the page.
To preview a bookmarked page or location, tap any bookmark in the list. To go to the
selected location, tap inside the preview pane. To remain on the current page and exit the
bookmark feature, tap outside of the preview pane.
To delete a bookmark, tap the Bookmark button on the reading toolbar, find the bookmark
you want to delete in the list, tap the bookmark to select it, then tap the X next to it.
Bookmarks are added to a file on the Home screen called My Clippings. When Whispersync
for Books is set to Enabled, these items are stored in the Cloud for you so they won't be lost.
To quickly preview a footnote without losing your place in the book, tap the footnote. To go
to the selected footnote location, scroll to the bottom of the footnote preview pane and tap
Go to Footnotes. To return to your original location, tap the X on the preview pane. Note
that not all books support the Footnotes feature.
Before You Go...
The Before you go... dialog appears when you reach the end of a book or after you swipe
past the final page of a book, and enables you to rate the book using stars and purchase the
next book in a series.
The X-Ray feature lets you explore the "Bones of the Book" with a single tap, enabling you to
see all of the passages in a book that mention specific ideas, fictional characters, historical
figures, places, topics and terms. X-Ray also extracts notable clips and images from a book