Helperbird help guide Reader mode

How to use Reader mode on an website or PDF

Step 1: Open Helperbird, this is done by clicking the Helperbird icon in the top right corner of your browser window.

Step 2: The extension will open. Showing the quick actions and other features.

Step 3: In the Quick actions menu, click the Reader Mode button. This is the first button from the left. It is black.

Step 4: It will then load the Reader Mode feature into the current tab.

Step 5: It will remove ads and distractions, leaving the page in a nice clean format.

Step 6: You can close the Reader Mode by clicking the Close Reader Mode button.

Using Reader mode though the Highlight menu

Step 1: You will need to have the Highlight menu feature enabled.

Step 2: Highlight the text you want to use in Reader Mode.

Step 3: A highlight menu will appear.

Step 4: Click on the Reader Mode option, it is an book icon.

Step 5: It will start to load Reader Mode with the text you selected.

Using Reader mode though the context menu (Right click)

Step 1: Highlight the text you want to use in Reader Mode.

Step 2: Right click, and you will a context menu.

Step 3: Go to the Helperbird option.

Step 4: Then click Reader Mode option.

Step 5: It will start to load Reader Mode, with the text you selected.

What is Reader Mode?

Reader Mode turns webpages into easy-to-read text. We’ve designed this longform experience so you
can read all the latest content seamlessly, and enjoy your websites with less noise, no ads or
distactions.

Video Tutorial

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Need more help?

If you encounter any issues with the activation process, please contact the Helperbird support team for assistance.