Searching in a book or magazine
In the Libby reader, you can search in a book or magazine to find a word or phrase that appears in the text.
To search in a book or magazine:
- Open a book or magazine from your Shelf .
- Tap (at the top of the screen).
- Enter a term and select Search .
- Tap a search result to jump to that location in the title.
After selecting a result in a book, you can:
- Use the arrow buttons at the bottom of the screen to quickly jump between search results.
- Drag the results bar up to see the search bar, your term, and all of the results.
- Accessing the table of contents in a title
- Adding bookmarks, notes, and highlights in a book
- Can I read in landscape on my phone?
- 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
- Using the Libby reader
- Viewing your progress in a book
- What's the difference between kept magazines and magazine subscriptions?
- Why are chapters locked in a title?
- Why can't I define words when I'm offline?
- Zooming in books and magazines