How to spot the last track,love song in Google News
Posted On June 21, 2021
In Google News, you’ll notice a “last track” button at the top of the news article.
You can either click that button to view the last page of a story or tap it to view previous page history.
The last track button also shows up in a “recent articles” list.
For example, if you tap the last article you’d like to view, you can see that it’s currently in the “recent article” list for “last” (or in the list of all the articles in the article).
When you tap on that last track in Google news, you’re given a link to that page in Google Reader.
This link opens a new tab on your reader.
To open the Reader tab, tap the “Next” button in the top right corner of the Reader window.
Then tap the tab labeled “Reader.”
From the Reader menu, tap “New Reader.”
You can add multiple books to the Reader list, or you can open one or more pages in the Reader for editing.
When you open a new page in the reader, the new page will automatically open in the new tab.
You’ll also notice a link in the sidebar at the bottom of the browser that lets you “add a book to your favorites.”
To add a book, tap on the “Add book” button next to the book title, then tap “Add to favorites.”
When you’re done adding books, tap that “Save book” link to close the Reader.
When the “book” you just added to your reader disappears, you should see a pop-up notification at the very top of your browser.
To view the book, swipe down on it.