not implemented - Importing long passages

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Hi. Is there a way to import instead of copying and pasting longer passages?

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Hi Alisa. The short answer is "no". I will investigate, because I think we used to allow import from a url, but now the only import that we allow is from youtube. I think we got rid of the option because nobody was using it. Is that what you are talking about? Can you give me an example of text you would rather import than copy/paste?

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Just books or parts of books that are in epub or txt format. I don't really import from websites either, though I imagine for me, how easy it is to group something from same source might have something to do with it.

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Ok, we will investigate to see how hard it would be to implement.

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For txt files ctrl a - ctrl c - ctrl v 

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Michel wrote:
For txt files ctrl a - ctrl c - ctrl v

Yeah, that's what I do too. I think she is talking about being able to drag and drop them.

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Alisa.M wrote:
Just books or parts of books that are in epub or txt format.

Hi Alisa - we looked into this a little bit, and it's not trivial, so we're not going to be able to do it at this time. Sorry about that.

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No problem!


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