Note-taking app Evernote has updated its Web Clipper browser extension to let you save Gmail messages, complete with attachments, to your account for quick reference.
Plus, Web Clipper is now better at saving content from LinkedIn, YouTube and Amazon. Visit any of these sites and you’ll be able to select specific portions of the page to save.
In addition, you can annotate clips with text and visual callouts and share them with others via the extension, without leaving the page you’re browsing.
The extension is available for Chrome, Safari, and Opera.
➤ Evernote Web Clipper
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