By utilizing these simple formatting tricks, you can easily organize and categorize your highlights in Readwise, making reviewing and retaining important information from your sources easier.

You can do this by simply formatting a note to your highlight. 

My favorites include:

Inline tagging

Add a tag to your source highlight to tag it when imported into Readwise automatically. 

Add a note with a period (.) followed by the name of your tag. 

.tag1

.tag2

.tag3

Concatenate highlights

Combine multiple highlights from the source into one highlight in Readwise. 

Add a note with a period (.) followed by the letter “c” and then an incrementing number. 

.c1

.c2

.c3

Add headings

This is handy, especially for books where you want to separate your highlights by chapter. 

Add a note with a period (.) followed by the letter “h” and the heading level you want.

.h1

.h2

.h3

These tricks make Readwise even more powerful and valuable.

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