How to remove reading list from chrome

Chrome’s “Reading List” is a convenient way to save pages and articles for later. However, if you’re not interested in the feature, the permanent button in the Bookmarks Bar can be annoying. We’ll show you how to remove it.


The Reading List is simply a place to save pages to read later. It’s a similar concept to services like Pocket but built right into the Chrome web browser. On iPhone and iPad, the Reading List is easy to ignore if you don’t use it, but on the desktop, it takes up space in the Bookmarks Bar.

Remove the Reading List in Chrome 90 and Newer

Starting in Chrome 90, you can hide the Reading List button without using a flag. This is a much more easy method for removing the Reading List without the need to restart the browser.


To do this, simply right-click anywhere on the Bookmarks Bar or the “Reading List” button itself.


Next, uncheck “Show Reading List” from the drop-down menu.

That’s it! You can bring the Reading List back any time by opening this menu and checking it again.

How To Hide Tab Search Icon in Google Chrome Browser?

  • Start Google Chrome browser
  • Type (or Copy/Paste) chrome://flags into search/address bar (omnibox) + press ENTER key
  • Special page will open. Type Tab Search into Search flags box
  • Option about Tab Search will be shown – select Disabled from the right drop-down button menu
  • Relaunch Chrome. Tab Search is gone!

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