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As we announced last month, the Immersive Reader is now available for any app or partner to easily integrate. One of the first apps to integrate the Immersive Reader is Wakelet, which allows people to quickly and easily save, organize and share content from across the web. Wakelet is being used across education for bookmarking, digital storytelling, portfolios, saving and sharing resources, newsletters and so much more.
Fresh off the Wakelet integration with OneNote, and Share to Teams, Wakelet customers can now access the Immersive Reader to make any Wakelet content more accessible. Starting today, the Immersive Reader is rolling out to Wakelet customers worldwide. An example of the Immersive Reader in Wakelet is below.
We’ve already seen the community respond with excitement to this new integration, and we can’t wait to see how Wakelet customers start using the Immersive Reader. An example tweet from Kristina Holzweiss, a Wakelet Ambassador trying out an early version of the Immersive Reader integration.
We hope you enjoy this new integration to make Wakelet content even more accessible and engaging. Send any feedback our way!
Microsoft Education Product Manager