Using the Libby reader
When you open a title in the Libby reader, you can turn the pages, view your progress, and navigate to different sections of the title.
In a book or magazine, tap the center of the screen to show or hide the navigation bar and timeline.
The navigation bar (at the top of the screen) includes the Appearance settings, the Search feature (to find text within the title), your saved bookmarks and notes , 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, article thumbnails, your bookmarks, and your highlights.
- Tap the left side of the reader or swipe left-to-right to go back a page.
- Tap the right side of the reader or swipe right-to-left to go forward a page.
Slide the timeline at the bottom of the screen.
- Accessing the table of contents in a title
- Adding bookmarks, notes, and highlights in a book
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- Changing text size in a book
- Changing your reading preference for books
- Defining words
- Downloading a magazine
- Exporting notes and highlights
- Filtering by format
- Finding and keeping an issue of a magazine
- Hiding the article button in a magazine
- Keyboard shortcuts for Libby's ebook reader and audiobook player
- Marking a magazine as finished
- Reading an article in a magazine
- Reading in sepia or night mode
- Removing a magazine from the Magazine Rack
- Revisiting a recent place in a title
- Searching in a book or magazine
- Skipping between chapters or articles
- Subscribing to magazines
- Turning on dyslexic font in a book
- Unsubscribing from a magazine
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- Viewing your progress in a book
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- Zooming in books and magazines