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There are several different possible solutions for your task. The approaches differ in terms of used tools and level of automation. a technically very easy way is a special Google Chrome browser plugin which allows an epub export within the pocket website. a rather automated solution is the use of pocket as custom news source for calibre. And last but also ...


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Nothing needs to change on your Kobo for this to stop working. The only thing that needs to happen is that the site where you get your pages from changes from providing whole pages to partial ones that read the rest of the content using JavaScript that the Kobo doesn't (correctly) interpret. You can check that the above is the case, by going to the pages ...


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If you're more interested in a backup (I also use Pocket with my Kobo) then I'd suggest signing up to ifttt.com, signing in with your Pocket account, and an Instapaper account (create one if you don't have one). Then, in ifttt.com, you can create a recipe that states that when you save something to Pocket, it also saves to Instapaper. That will give you ...


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