We’re always making our web extensions smarter so that you spend less time clipping and more time browsing. Today, we have a very cool update to our Google Chrome Extension, which helps you do just that.
Customizable Article Clipping
Several months ago, we introduced Article Clip, which lets you click once for Evernote to automatically figure out the area of the webpage that you want to save. If you’re looking at a blog post, an Article Clip is usually the body of the post, but what if you also want to grab the comments? Now, you can easily add that to your clip using only your arrow keys.
Go to a blog post and click on the Chrome Extension without selecting anything. The extension will highlight the area it thinks you want to clip. Now, use the arrow keys to expand or change the selected area. Up and down arrows make the selected area bigger or smaller. Left and right arrows move between sections of the page. Give it a shot. It’s really fun.
We’ve also added a few Article Selection-related options to the extension. Find them by right clicking on the Evernote icon in the browser toolbar.
More extension updates to come
We’re working on adding functionality to all of our extensions. Safari users stay tuned; your update is coming very soon.