I love reading. In fact, my goal is to read thirty books this year. (I’ve made it through eleven so far! When I read, I often highlight interested or challenging passages, especially if it’s something I could use in a book or blog post or share in a sermon. That’s why, for the longest time, I was so frustrated with my Kindle and how it had all of my highlights on lock-down. Thankfully, I seen found a service that allowed me to pull notes off of my Kindle device.
But then, two years ago, I switched to an iPad, which meant that I didn’t have an easy way to get my highlights.
Bookcision: All the Highlights!
Bookcision is a bookmarklet that sits on your browser’s bookmark bar just waiting to spring into action. All you have to do is log in to your Kindle account, select the book you want, click the bookmarklet, and then download your highlights.
“I can’t be that easy, Phil!”
Trust me, it is!
Here’s the official step-by-step:
And here’s proof that I managed to make it work for myself:
So there you go! Take control of of your data, and use Bookcision to download your Kindle highlights.
What’s your most highlighted book? (Don’t say the Bible.)
[Step-by-step images via Bookcision]