If you like reading, annotating and clipping web content, you might be interested to know that Evernote has just released a new update to their Web Clipper for Safari.
The Evernote web extension is redesigned and includes Clipper markup tools to highlight and annotate content in different colors, as well block out content and add layered text on a page.
If you’re an existing user of the Evernote Clipper, restart your Safari web browser and the clipper extension should automatically update. If you have never installed the extension, click here to download and install the Web Clipper for Safari.
With the new clipper, annotated articles can of course be saved to your Evernote account. The clipper makes use of a smart filing system that selects the notebook and tags it thinks the article should be saved to. But you can change the selected notebook and tags if it’s not correct.
The clipper is similar to the Chrome version. When you enable the clipper it selects the main article and fades the other content behind it. Clicking on “Simplified Article” takes it into full distraction-free reader view.
If you prefer to save the entire article, click on Article and then save. When you click on Bookmarks, it saves the title, URL, a short snippet of text and a thumbnail image based on the article. You can also update saved articles with additional annotations. And as you might expect, the clipper allows you to share content to Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Evernote’s updated clipper should be welcomed by Evernote and Safari users; however, this reviewer did find the clipper to be a little buggy and some of the tools tricky to use. Let us know about your experience with it.
Source: Evernote Blog