Want to read your Kindle highlights online? Just login to your Kindle account on Amazon.com and click on “Your Highlights.” It is as simple as that. If you turn on the new sharing feature, you can even compare your highlights to those of your friends or other readers.
Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon.com explained this new feature on Quora. He wrote: “http://kindle.amazon.com has now been expanded with more features around highlights and notes (highlights that you shared on a social network). If you go to a particular book you can see the popular highlights for that book with your own highlights emphasized in yellow.”
If you haven’t tried it yet, Quora is a great way to ask questions and connect with people like Vogels. GalleyCat explains in detail how publishers and authors can use the new social networking site.
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