A tip for studying better

I have a habit (not completely a habid but try to be) in reading book or listening to audiobook or watching movie:

I don’t like to read or watch a whole content in on day, instead I break a long content to small parts, so a piece of content can be read or watched in 25 minutes (one pomodoro) 

If you like to find more information about pomodoro technique, please refer to motamem.org, especially a comment has written by my friend tahereh khabari لبخند

For example, I am reading a book entitled “Hooked” this days, written by Nir Eyal

(I apologize for stealing its ebook format from web, unfortunately I was Hooked by a digital service named libgen. )لبخند

I spend 25 minutes in studying this book everyday.

But as I finish a part of book or digital file, I began to worry weather I will find the Exit Point after some days?

I know we can use bookmark feature, but I use a very simple pdf reader on my computer (not a high professional ebook reader) also, I think there is no bookmark button on video or audio player.

I have found a solution and now I want to explain a useful tip.

I don’t recommend that you use the tip, in fact, I suggest that you test it.

It maybe help you to remember the time or point that you have left the book or file.

Here:

You just add Exit Point (such as page number or minute) to the rest of the file name, according  to the screenshot below:

 

 

 This trick join two parts of a content like a bridge join two parts of a city.

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