News breaks on The Wall Street Journal. With the ‘Save to Evernote’ button, those stories will live in Evernote.
From finance to technology, you can capture articles from the Web pages of The Wall Street Journal, and save them directly into your Evernote account.
Here is how you can save and capture Wall Street Journal content into Evernote:
1. Save Articles. The Save to Evernote feature is available from your desktop browser including Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and IE 7 (and higher). You can also save content right from The Wall Street Journal iPad app.
2. Find the Elephant. Click the Evernote logo in the upper-left corner of the article, next to the title. When prompted, sign in with your Evernote username and password.
3. Sign in. A pop-up window will let you catalog the article into your desired notebook. Add tags and a short note to provide additional context to the article.
Tip: Be sure you have pop-up blockers disabled. If this is the case, you will typically see a notification in your browser address field when the blocker is active.
4. Save. Once you have saved the article, you can continue your research, or find the article saved in your select notebook within Evernote.
5. Read. Now that you have saved your Wall Street Journal article, access and read it anywhere you use Evernote, from your smartphone to the newly-designed Evernote for Web. The more content you save, the more robust your Evernote experience becomes. Articles you save today will factor into your research and work later. We’ll show them to you as a related note.
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