If you use Google Chrome, then there’s a shiny new Evernote Web Clipper extension calling your name. Get it now »
What does the Web Clipper do?
The Web Clipper allows you to save web pages into your Evernote account. No more bookmarks or open tabs. Whenever you see something you like, just clip it. Evernote will save the text, links, images, and all. Then, you’ll be able to access that page in Evernote on your computer or phone.
How it works
The Google Chrome extension works just like our web-based bookmarklet. It offers you two different clipping options:
- Highlight a portion of the page and click: This will save what you selected and send it into Evernote.
- Click without selecting: This will allow you to either create a quick text note or clip the entire page, depending on your preference.
Will it work in my version of Google Chrome
Currently, extensions are only supported in the Beta version of Google Chrome for Windows. Get Google Chrome »
This tutorial walks through the Evernote Web Clipper. The video shows it in Firefox, but the functionality is the same as in the Chrome extension.
Evernote also has Web Clipper options for Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari on our Web Clipper page.