How to import Kindle highlights into Readavocado
When reading, it is essential to highlight sections of the book. This allows you to quickly identify and refer back to key information, which is useful for both students and professionals. You can take more effective notes on a text by highlighting passages rather than writing everything down verbatim. This saves both time and energy, which are both valuable resources. Additionally, underlining or circling specific words or phrases can assist you in remembering what you read and retaining the information for longer periods of time.
How to use Readavocado Obsidian plugin
If you’re an avid reader and an Amazon Kindle user, you probably know how frustrating it is to not be able to export your Kindle highlights into Obsidian. Luckily, there’s a workaround. In this article, we’ll show you how to export Amazon Kindle highlights into Obsidian with Readavocado, so you can easily access and review them later. Before starting, I would assume you have all your Kindle highlights imported to Readavocado.
How to import non-Amazon document highlights from Kindle by Email
There are a few official ways that you can export non-Amazon documents. One of which is to email the document highlights as an attachment to your email address. Another way is to transfer the clipping file directly onto your computer via USB. However, if you want to export your highlights into Obsidian, Notion, or Goodnotes for later note-taking, you must hack it in several steps. With Readavocado, We ease those tedios steps with our robust deduplicating service and integration plugins.
Become a better reader by storing the most notable quotes and highlights of your favorite books.
Become a better reader by storing the most notable quotes and highlights of your favorite books. If you love to read, then you’re probably familiar with the experience of finishing a book and feeling a bit lost. Where do all your favorite quotes go? How do you organize your bookmarks? The answer is Readavocado! With our simple process, you can export all of your highlights and notes from Kindle and import them into our streamlined interface (or keep them in your Kindle account).