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There is a way on iPad to go to top of the page or list, in email's list of emails, or in iBooks's highlighting and notes, for example, by tapping on the top status bar of the iPad screen.

But is there a way to go to the end of page or list? For example, on iBooks, when the highlightings and notes are shown, sometimes a user may want to see the last highlighting or notes, but in some cases, the list is 12 pages long. In this case, is there a quick way to go to the end, or will a user just need to scroll the 12 pages to reach the end?

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Unfortunately, there is no easy way to scroll to the end of a document other than by swiping repeatedly. It would be nice if Apple could add a specific gesture for this common action. If enough people request this feature at http://www.apple.com/feedback/ipad.html maybe they will add it into a future version of iOS.

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That would be a much more difficult feature to implement, I imagine, since iOS apps share a common top element used to activate "go to top" (the status bar), but they share no such common bottom element. Meanwhile, it's worth pointing out that the more rapidly you swipe in a scrolling view, the more quickly it will scroll to the bottom. So there's that, at least. :) –  Dan J Apr 8 '12 at 15:57
    
Or it can be: tap the left side of status bar to mean top of list, and right side of the status bar to mean bottom of list. –  動靜能量 Apr 9 '12 at 2:44
    
Another idea could be a two-finger double-tap near the bottom of the screen. Or a one-finger tap-and-hold near the bottom of the screen where there is no text. –  Bryan Luby Apr 9 '12 at 12:31
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