On Thursday 08 February 2018 09:50 PM, Dmitry Brant wrote:
We're also introducing the idea of a "default" reading list, created
automatically, allowing you to save articles with fewer taps, while
retaining the option to create and organize other lists as before.
I guess the term "Default" would be misleading here. It might lead the
reader into believing that the articles would be added to the new
"default" reading list when the user taps on the "Add to reading
icon without asking him for confirmation. But that's not the case. It
just saves him from having to create a new reading list to start adding
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