Facebook’s undying quest to be your newspaper has seen it launch multiple News Feeds, the standalone Paper app, trending topics, and more. You’re not always able to stop what you’re doing and read what you discover, though. But now TechCrunch has learned Facebook is currently testing a read-it-later Save button on feed articles in the web News Feed that creates a section of bookmarked sites on your profile. It’s been almost two years since Facebook acqhired the talent from Spool, a delightful read-it-later app that could cache articles but also videos and other content to your phone so you could consume it when you had time, like on an airplane even without Internet access. A few weeks later in July 2012 Facebook began testing a native Save button on mobile, but it never got rolled out.

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