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This article was published on June 28, 2010

Evernote Gives Its Chrome Extension A Memory

Evernote Gives Its Chrome Extension A Memory
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Evernote, a cross-platform app that lets you store notes of any kind, has added a new feature to its Google Chrome extension – site memory.

Basically, this is kind of like bookmarks on steroids. When you visit a website (currently in Chrome only) and save a clip/note/bookmark of something you like on the page, Evernote will set up a mini-Evernote for that website. You’ll have to leave at least two notes on a site for the extra Evernote tab to show up, but from then on, you’ll be able to sort through your notes by website, which is a handy feature. Here’s what it looks like: