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Question: Do articles eventually fall off your Safari Reading List

I recently switched from the Google Chrome browser to Safari 11. I really liked how Safari allows you to keep a window with your Bookmarks and Reading List visible at all times and I begun saving items I wanted to read later to the Reading List instead of Instapaper. But this morning as I was scrolling back through my read list, it looked like older articles I'd saved to it were no longer there, that the reading list was being truncated. It looks like, after a certain time period, older items simply drop off. Can anyone confirm this?

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No. Safari keeps the list until you remove items from the list.

Click the Sidebar button to show Sidebar.

Click the reading glass icon.

Move the mouse pointer to the right side of the sidebar and scroll up to show "All", "Unread" and the Search box..

You may need to try this few times to show the black thick scrollbar.

Click the "All" button to show all items on the list.


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Dec 17, 2017 3:01 PM in response to RobertF57 In response to RobertF57

No. Safari keeps the list until you remove items from the list.

Click the Sidebar button to show Sidebar.

Click the reading glass icon.

Move the mouse pointer to the right side of the sidebar and scroll up to show "All", "Unread" and the Search box..

You may need to try this few times to show the black thick scrollbar.

Click the "All" button to show all items on the list.


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https://support.apple.com/kb/PH21469?locale=en_US

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