Evernote Web Clipper 4+
Save web pages & articles
Evernote Web Clipper is a browser extension that lets you save interesting things you find on the web directly to your Evernote account.
Capture ideas and inspiration from anywhere with ease. Save articles, web pages, and screenshots directly to Evernote.
Save what matters
Clip web pages, articles, or PDFs and save them in Evernote. Screen capture full pages or just the parts you want—without distracting ads and sidebars.
Customize your clips
Take a screenshot of a web page, then add highlights, text, and other annotations. With Web Clipper, you can make sure what’s important is clear at a glance.
Keep content organized
Tag what you save so your research, photos, ideas, and more are all easy to find using keywords. You can also add titles and save content to the notebook that makes sense.
Go beyond bookmarks
Save web page URLs, images, and descriptions to your relevant Evernote notebook and keep all your related content in one easy-to-find place.
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Ratings and Reviews
Loss of functionality
I LOVED the previous version- fast, easy, reliable, and best of all, you could add aseries of clips to a single note, and easily type comments. I used this feature almost daily. The new versions doesn't allow this. It even needs to relaod between clips grrrr- makes me think that after all these years, I may need something else for this purpose. Overall, the app is excellent, and extremely useful. It's great for finding saved items even when you cant remember all the details (hey- it worked for "where did I see that necklace on vacaction"- could even read the store's phone number off the door in the photo :) BUT-REALLY hate the "updated" web clipper. Here's hoping there's another update soon
Used to Love this. Not working Anymore
I used to rely heavily on the web clipper in Safari and Firefox on my Mac running OS 11.6.5. I LOVED it. Lately though, clicking on the web clipper opens a page in my browser that says login was successful. OK, fine, although I never logged out so I don't know why that's necessary. Then I try clicking on the web clipper icon once again, hoping that now open the window above the web page and let me select whether to save the article, simplified article, etc. But it only opens the "login was successful" page again. And again. And again.
A thorough internet search has turned up the usual solutions that haven't worked , uninstall and re-install the web clipper being the most common. Doesn't work. It also recommends disabling some of the Mac's firewall/ security features. Not gonna do that.
I really hope that Evernote gets this feature fixed. It was extremely useful -- when it used to work.
Installs Fine, Worked Immediately
I have used Evernote and its Web Clipper for many years, since the days Web Clipper was merely a Safari extension. I hadn’t been using it recently, and just noticed that the button was gone in my browser. Despite the poor reviews from earlier this year, I decided to go ahead and install the Web Clipper app. The installation was flawless, and the button worked on the second try. (The first time I clicked it, it sent me to an info page to tell me more about its features). I clipped something from a webpage right away, and confirmed that it went into my Evernote account. So, as far as I am concerned, this app works, and doesn’t deserve all the hate it has been getting.
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- 11.3 MB
- Requires macOS 10.13 or later.
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