Evernote’s Web Clipper Adds Built-In Annotation, Shortcuts

Evernote’s Web Clipper Adds Built-In Annotation, Shortcuts

Chrome: Evernote’s web clipper extension is arguably the best part of the do-everything note taker. Today, it got a solid update with a new interface and some new features to go with it.

The new interface is compact, yet more feature-filled. You can choose to save an article, simplified article (without ads and extra junk), or even a screenshot, after which you can annotate it with built-in Skitch powers. You can then press Enter to save (something that was sorely missing from previous versions), set a reminder on the note, and more. Check out Evernote’s full blog post below for a list of everything new.

Designed for Efficiency: the Updated Web Clipper for Chrome [Evernote Blog]

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