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Save and share your favorite audiobook passages with Audible “Clips”

by TechnoBuffalo | April 25, 2016April 25, 2016 4:43 pm PST

Audible has a new feature that’s fittingly titled “Clips.” It’s a new way to share your favorite clips or snippets from audiobooks you’re currently listening to. For example, you could use the power of Aziz Ansari’s own voice and words to tell your best friend that his fedora is just embarrassing. So, next time you want to remind your buddy he’s not a mobster or an FBI agent from the turn of the century, just grab an Audible clip” and share away.

Clipping is easy. All you do is tap the Clip icon when you hear something you like, then you trim what you want to share and send it along to your friends through email or social media links.

I like sharing inspirational quotes with my team and my go-to source is Coach John Wooden. The next time I feel like the staff needs a little extra encouragement, I can send along my favorite 45-second clip of John Wooden talking about the Pyramid of Success.

I kind of think of “Clips” as the Gifs of reading; I can use an audio clip to perfectly deliver a punchline or a point more eloquently stated than someone far more creative than me.

Best of all, you can try out Audible free for 30 days. Start sharing today.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Audible. The opinions and text are all mine.