Here's a quick guide on how you can use our Firefox Extension to save ad-free articles and webpages to your email inbox.
When you find an interesting article, click the Email This button. Email This will extract the main text and images from that article (it removes ads and distractions) and sends you a nice email that you can read later.
Email This comes with a nifty keyboard shortcut to make saving web pages easier.
Hit Ctrl + Shift + U (on Windows/Linux) or Command ⌘ + Shift + U (on Mac) to activate Email This and send the current page via email.
Right-click on a link and choose "Email This" to save the contents of that link. Similarly, right-click anywhere on a page to save the current page via email.
Use the 'Share' menu in your Android/iOS device and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the link you want to save. ET will open the link and reply with the contents of that page in a few minutes. It's that simple!
Click here for a better explanation.
Note: Please add email@example.com to your email address book to ensure that your saved bookmarks don't get accidently sent to the Spam/Junk/Promotions folder. Alternately, you can also create a separate folder for your bookmarks.