Navigating to different parts of a title
Once you open a title, you can easily navigate to different sections and to your bookmarks and highlights:
In a book or magazine, tap the center of the screen to show or hide the navigation bar and timeline. These areas are always visible in an audiobook.
The navigation bar (at the top of the screen) includes different features in the reader or audio player and a Back button to go back to your Shelf ().
The timeline (at the bottom of the screen) shows your place in the title, chapter breaks or article thumbnails, your bookmarks, and your highlights.
Tap Table Of Contents on the timeline. Tap a chapter or article in the list to jump to it.
While reading an article in a magazine, tap (at the bottom of the screen) to see the full list of articles.
Tap the number on the right side of the chapter name.
While reading an article in a magazine, tap (at the bottom of the screen) to open the next article.
Tap the number on the left side of the chapter name.
While reading an article, tap (at the bottom of the screen).
Slide the timeline at the bottom of the screen.
If you check an endnote, search for a term, revisit a map at the beginning of a book, or otherwise jump to another part of a title, you can:
- Tap or below the timeline to jump to your last position.
- Tap to see a list of your recent places in the title and choose another location you've visited.
Tap , then tap a search result to jump to that location in the title.
Tap at the top of the screen, then tap the passage.