Suggestion: Ability to add Immersive reader pages directly to a Collection

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I would like to suggest a feature where we can add the Immersive Reader Pages directly into collections.

 

Today we can only save normal webpages to a collection whose URL starts like this: http://  or https://. But we should also have the ability to save Immersive  Reader pages directly into a collection whose URL starts like this read://http_ or read://https_ which will help many students and readers to easily navigate to their Immersive Reader webpages.

 

If you like this feature and want it to be a part of the upcoming version of Microsoft Edge, then you can also send feedback through the in-built feedback tool(Alt+Shift+I) in Microsoft Edge to give this suggestion a +1.

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