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How do two users of the same Kindle read the same book at different rates? How do you track User One's place vs. User Two's place?
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Oh that's a tough one.

The only thing I can think of is to keep a post it note in the cover and keep track of the last location read. Before you switch off, just take a look where you left off. Then, you can go to location and it will take you to that spot.

That's the only thing I can think of. Maybe someone else has a better idea. (It is nearly 2 AM, and I'm kind of brain dead)

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If you each bookmark where you stop, it wouldn't be too hard to move between them. Just take a few seconds
 

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You could add a note to the place where you stop and write something like, "Chris ended here 03/15."  Or shorten it to "C 03-15." If you both do that, then it would be easy to tell where each of you last stopped.
 

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^^what they said: bookmark and make a note to let you know who's mark it is.

<or just buy anther Kindle. . . .;D>

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