AIRS can also record your reading behaviour!

In case you haven’t noticed yet, there is a ‘sensor’ in AIRS that allows you to share text notes from other applications, such as links. I recently figured out that I can use that for keeping track of what I read! Well, given that the Kindle app even shares your progress within a book, you can even keep track of how fast you read something 🙂

Anyway, if you are interested in this and you use Kindle app on the phone, what you need to do is to choose ‘Share Progress’ from a book in Kindle app (under Options) and then select AIRS in the window of the apps you can share to.

Now, since AIRS needs to record this, you have to make sure that AIRS is running, of course, with the ET sensor selected to be recorded (you will need to check that in the AIRS app, under Config/Select Sensors).

Here is how this information is shown in your story:

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