We interact with a lot of useful information on the Web. From research to gift ideas, home decorating inspiration to recipes, there’s a lot of stuff on the Web that we want to be able to quickly recall, revisit, and save to our memory bank. Once you start using the Evernote Web Clipper, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
You can get the Evernote Web Clipper for:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer (comes automatically installed when you download Evernote to your desktop; available with Evernote for Windows, only)
Use the Web Clipper to capture anything and everything you might want to remember including: articles, blog posts, recipes, restaurant menus, products you might want to buy, advice and inspiration, fitness plans, travel recommendations, and more.
Remember that the Evernote Clipper is intelligent. It will automatically capture the URL associated with each Web clip, meaning you can always return to the page you clipped by clicking on the URL inside of your Evernote account. More, our Clippers are becoming smarter and smarter, letting you do less work and get more out of your Evernote account. The Chrome Web Clipper, for example, smartly assigns suggested tags for your clips, using the tags you already have in your account, and displays other notes you clipped from the same website. It also now includes a new feature called Related Notes, which pulls up to three notes from your account that may be related to the content you just clipped.
The cool thing is that everything you clip from the Web gets saved alongside everything else in your Evernote account. You can even take advantage of the Offline Notebook feature, meaning you can browse your Web Clips on multiple devices where you have Evernote installed, even without an Internet connection (Note: Offline Notebooks on mobile devices are only available for Premium users).
Have you tried using the Evernote Web Clipper? Share how you’re using it in the comments.