What can be saved to Pocket?

What can be saved to Pocket?

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Pocket is perfect for saving articles, blog posts, videos, images and more. If a page can be viewed in your web browser and its URL starts with HTTP or HTTPS, it can be saved to Pocket.

Most articles, blog posts, and other text-based web pages will be viewable in Article View, where text, images and embedded videos will be formatted to fit perfectly on your device or computer screen. Other web pages that cannot be shown in Article View will be displayed in Web View, which is the same as viewing it in a browser. Click here to learn more about Article View and Web View.

With Pocket, there's always a solution for saving Articles or Web Views to Pocket. Click here to learn about all the ways that you can save to Pocket.

Can I access what I save without an internet connection?

Pocket will automatically download the articles, blog posts, and web pages that you save to your List. Visit the following pages to learn more:

Can I save PDF files and images to Pocket?

Pocket has rudimentary support for PDF files and images, but there are a couple limitations.

First, the PDF or image file must be hosted online, and be viewable in a browser with a unique URL. Files that are locally stored on your computer or mobile device cannot be saved to Pocket.

Second, PDF files and images are not able to be saved to Pocket with the bookmarklet. Instead, please use one of our browser extensions available for Chrome and Safari, our browser integration with Firefox, or save it manually by clicking here.

What about Word Documents, emails, or other file types?

Pocket does not support filetypes other than PDFs and image files.

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