How many times our OS crashes and after that we regret about not saving our bookmarks. If you are an expert computer user then perhaps you save documents in separate partition on your hard drive rather then on the same where OS is installed. And you keep your desktop clean. But what about bookmarks, favorite URLs in the web browsers? Use the Evernote extension for Google Chrome and Firefox to save things you see on the web into your Evernote account. Save article, text selection, full page, URL and forget about bookmarks and open tabs. Save the actual web page, text, links, images and all with a single click right from web browser. Evernote is available for web browsers, mobile devices, mac and windows.
The Evernote Chrome Extension is the best way to remember all of the great stuff you see online.Save your favorite content:
- Article clips: Click the extension when viewing a blog or news site, and it will automatically save the whole article.
- Selection clips: Hightlight the text, links and images that you want to save, then click the extension.
- Full page clips: Grab the entire page with a single click.
- Clip URL: Choose the Clip URL option to grab just the website link.
How to find what you’ve saved
Click on the Evernote icon to browse and search through your entire Evernote account, as well as see all the pages that you’ve clipped from the domain that you’re currently visiting. Or you can search simultaneously. Simultaneously search through your Evernote account whenever you search on Google, Bing or Yahoo. The number of Evernote results are displayed below the search bar and as a badge on the extension icon. Enable that in the extension settings.
This extension works in the background. Clip and continue browsing without missing anything or wasting time. Evernote takes care of uploading your clipped articles and pages in the background.
- Right click options for quick clipping, will save directly to your default notebook.
- Clip this page – will clip all available content
- Clip selection – clips the selected content
- Clip image – right click an image and clip directly
- New note – Opens new note view in web application
Note: You must allow 3rd party cookies from Evernote in order to use Evernote Web Clipper.