Mirroring recent updates on Chrome, Evernote Web Clipper for Safari has received a number of new features, including the ability to view related results and set notes to open in the desktop app. In addition, this release adds business support, which first debuted earlier this month.
More specifically, Web Clipper for Safari users will now be able to view related results from their Evernote account in the sidebar as they search. These related notes are super imposed atop your search engine of choice; support is available across Google, Bing, Yahoo and “numerous other global search engines.” The purpose of this feature, of course, is to unearth notes you may have saved for later, but then forgot about.
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As for business support, Safari Web Clipper users will be able to view related results from Business Notebooks owned by colleagues. Lastly, Web Clipper now gives you the option to open notes in Evernote’s desktop app on both Windows and Mac.
The above changes are certainly iterative, but are important for avid Evernote users, helping to tie the open Web together with Evernote’s service.
As we’ve said, Evernote’s role in your workflow may vary greatly, but it’s not uncommon to see people who’s entire lives run off of the app. This is exactly why extensions are so valuable, helping people save time while strategically making sure Evernote’s services are everywhere its users are.
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