Evernote Clipper For Safari Mac

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Web clipping on a Mac with Evernote is the same whether you’re clipping from Internet Explorer Safari, Chrome, or Firefox. In Opera, clipping is the same as for Windows.

First, make sure you have downloaded Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and their respective Web Clipper extensions. You can also use the Opera browser. You must have the browser on your computer to use its Web Clipper extension. The Web Clipper extension for Internet Explorer is included in Evernote for Windows, so there’s nothing left for you to do.

  1. Ensure that you’ve installed the clipper for your browser.

    If you don’t see it (that is, you don’t see the elephant icon on the toolbar), go to Evernote Webclipper to install it.

  2. To initiate capturing all or part of a screen to create a note, click the Web Clipper icon (the Evernote elephant) on the toolbar in your browser.

    This figure shows the screen that appears.

  3. Choose one of the following clipping options:

    • Article: Click this link to capture the entire page you’re viewing, minus things like the website header and footer.

    • Simplified Article: Click this link to capture just the article you’re viewing, including photos. Other parts of the page — such as the header, footer, sidebars, and even lines delineating sections — are excluded.

    • Full Page: Click this link to capture everything you see on your screen: the article, header, footer, images, sidebars, ads, and any social media features (such as tickets or comment boxes).

    • Bookmark: Click the Bookmark link to copy a snippet of the article in addition to the article’s URL. Clicking the snippet in your Evernote note takes you to the full article.

    • Screenshot: Click this link to copy the entire web page; then you can use the Markup tools to crop out the precise sections that you want to showcase (see Step 4).

      Irrespective of the web clipping type you originally selected, if you subsequently choose to use the Markup tools, your web clipping is changed to a screen shot; then you can crop out the portion you want to use.

  4. (Optional) When you’re done clipping your web content, you can modify it by using one of the Markup tools (some of which are visible in this figure):

    • Highlighter: Use this tool to highlight portions of text or images. Note: This markup tool is the only markup one that works with all the clipping types.

    • Marker: Use this tool to draw or write freehand on your screen shot.

    • Shape: You should use this tool when you want to draw shapes on your clipping. The options available are arrow, line, circle, oval, and square.

    • Type: When you want to add typed content to your clipping, use this tool.

    • Stamp: This tool adds colorful little “stamps” to your clipping to help call attention to whatever you’re showcasing. The options are a heart, X, exclamation point, and check mark. See the next figure for an example of web clipping that uses stamps.

    • Pixelator: This tool blurs anything you want to hide, such as names, faces, or account numbers.

    • Colors: Yellow is the only color option for the Highlighter tool, but you can select the color you want to use for the Marker tool. Your options are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, pink, black, and white.

    • Crop: Maybe you just want to clip a small part of the screen but you also want to draw some shapes and lines on it. Because your clipping was automatically converted to a screen shot when you chose a Markup tool, you can use the Crop tool to single out the original portion that you had your eye on.

    • Zoom Out and Zoom In: Get a closer look at your screen shot by clicking the magnifying glass with the plus (+) inside it, and get back to the normal view by clicking the magnifying glass with the minus (–) inside it.

  5. Click the notebook icon below the File heading (refer to the first figure) to select the notebook where you want to save your web clipping.

    The Notebook selector box opens, listing your default Evernote notebook.

  6. (Optional) Select a different notebook, if you don’t want to use the default.

  7. (Optional) Add any desired tags and comments to your web clipping.

  8. Click the blue Share button or the green Save button (refer to the first figure).

    If you click Share, your web clipping is automatically saved to Evernote as a note, and the dialog box shown in the next figure opens. The URL is automatically copied to your clipboard for sharing purposes, but you can also choose to share the note on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, or via e-mail. Click Update when you finish sharing the note, and the note syncs with Evernote.

    If you don’t want to share the note, click Save. The note syncs with Evernote.

PLEASANTON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today Zoho announced a major update to Zoho Notebook across multiple platforms, including iOS, Android and Mac OS. The update introduces File Card, which allows users to add PDFs, documents, spreadsheets and other file types; Web Clipper for Safari; enhanced iPad Pro support for Split View and Apple Pencil; an Evernote import tool; Mac app Menu Bar support; a faster, more reliable sync across devices and more.

Sedeldebleu Welcome to the Community. The 'OneNote Web Clipper' extension for Safari is only available for Mac OS X, not iOS — so when you view that Apple Extension Gallery page on a Mac, you should see an 'Install now' link. For iOS there isn't a 'web clipper. Watch later Bake in Clearly, integrate Skitch, toss in the clipper from Evernote’s helper, then add sharing, and you end up with Evernote’s new Web Clipper for Safari. Evernote Web Clipper is a simple extension for your web browser that lets you capture full-page articles, images, selected text, important emails, and any web page that inspires you. Save everything to Evernote and keep it forever. Available for Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer (IE) 7+, Firefox, Opera, and Microsoft Edge (for Windows 10 or higher).

'With every release, Notebook is gaining depth of functionality while retaining the application's simplicity,' said Raju Vegesna, Zoho chief evangelist. 'This release, particularly the introduction of File Card, plays to Zoho's strength as a platform. The File Card's seamless integration with Zoho Docs and Zoho Docs Sync shows users what's possible when applications work together.'

Notebook's New Features Include:

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File Card: File Card is Notebook's sixth type of note card, allowing Notebook users to store and sync PDFs, documents, spreadsheets and more. Files can be added from any online or offline storage app. All files added to Notebook are treated as distinct, groupable note cards.

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Notebook users can also access their files from the Notebook folder in Zoho Docs, Zoho's document management application, which is available on the web and mobile. Files can even be synced to the desktop through Zoho Docs Sync, giving Notebook users multiple ways to access their files.


Web Clipper for Safari: Notebook has made Web Clipper, originally built for Chrome, available for Safari. Users can clip the web, drag and drop photos, save links and read distraction-free with Clean View. All notes will immediately show up in Notebook across devices.

Enhanced Support for iPad Pro and Apple Pencil: Notebook now supports Split View and deeper support for Apple Pencil. Users can take notes while browsing, record audio, sketch ideas or add files, all within the Split View.

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The app sports an improved palm detection, and if Notebook detects an Apple Pencil, it will allow users to use their finger as an eraser.

Import from Evernote: Evernote users can now import all notes and files directly into Notebook from mobile or Mac apps.

Notebook treats all files as individual note cards. When importing notes with files attached from Evernote into Notebook, notes and files will be grouped automatically.

Mac Menu Bar Support: Notebook users can now jot notes from the Menu Bar on Mac without launching the app. Users can take text and audio notes, add photos, screenshots and checklists to Notebook from the Menu Bar on Mac.

Other Improvements: Notebook users will experience a faster, more reliable sync across devices. An improved Checklist Card allows more content to be displayed for each checklist item. Note card creation shortcuts can be arranged based on a user's preference.

Pricing and Availability

Notebook is available worldwide for free on the iOS AppStore, Google Play Store, and Mac AppStore. Web Clipper for Safari is available through Safari Extensions. Notebook remains 100 percent ad-free across devices, without sync or device restrictions. The app is optimized and available in multiple languages.

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Additional Zoho Resources

Notebook Website: www.zoho.com/notebook
Zoho News Releases: http://blogs.zoho.com
Zoho Videos: www.youtube.com/zoho
Zoho on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/zoho
Zoho on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/zoho

About Zoho

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Zoho is the operating system for business — a single platform with all the applications needed to run a business entirely from the cloud. Businesses can acquire and manage customers using Zoho’s marketing, sales and customer support applications — Campaigns, CRM and Desk — and then empower employees to create, store and distribute content on the cloud with Zoho’s productivity and collaboration applications — Office, Mail and Docs. Additionally, businesses can run their own operations on Zoho’s finance and human resources applications — Books, People and Recruit.

More than 25 million users around the world, across hundreds of thousands of companies, rely on Zoho every day to run their businesses — including Zoho itself. Each business can choose to run the entire Zoho suite or just a single application. Zoho applications are available directly through zoho.com, or through an ecosystem of hundreds of worldwide Zoho partners.

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Zoho is a division of Zoho Corp., a privately held and consistently profitable company with more than 4,000 employees. Zoho is headquartered in Pleasanton, California, with international headquarters in Chennai, India, and offices in Austin, Texas; London, U.K.; Yokohama, Japan; and Beijing, China. For more information, please visit https://www.zoho.com/.