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When it comes to the tools we use to be well-organized and increase our productivity, those that are available across most platforms are definitely the most attractive.

Applications that we can access via the Web, as a browser extension 15 Can't-Miss Chrome Extensions for Productivity 15 Can't-Miss Chrome Extensions for Productivity Today we bring you a few more essential extensions geared toward helping you work better online. Read More , as an iOS and Android app, and as desktop app for Windows and Mac mean that no matter where we are; we can use our favorite tools. However, these can sometimes be hard to find, especially those that work well together.

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Fortunately, Evernote Web Clipper and Sunrise Calendar are both not only available across the board, but integrate together nicely. So, let’s see how you can jump on your favorite browser, clip an article, take screen shots, save bookmarks, add reminders, and have notifications with all the details pop up in your calendar.

Application Availability

Before you move forward with how to use these two tools together, it is important to note where you can use them as a productive pair.

Evernote Web Clipper

This handy browser is extension is the starting point to this organizational team. Evernote Web Clipper can be used in Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Opera. So, you are definitely covered with whichever browser you use the most. The main Evernote application where everything will be saved is accessible via the Web, for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, for Android, and as a downloadable desktop app for Windows and from the Windows Store.

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Sunrise Calendar

This other half of the team is available anywhere, but a little differently. Only one browser has an official extension for Sunrise Calendar and that is Chrome. For the other browsers you can simply bookmark the calendar website and access it quickly when needed. On the Mac, you can of course download the app from the Mac App Store. You can also download Sunrise Calendar Sunrise Calendar: The Best Calendar App Available For iOS Devices Sunrise Calendar: The Best Calendar App Available For iOS Devices Read More to your Android or iOS mobile device and the app provides Apple Watch support.

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Individual Features

Each tool has a great set of features Maximize Evernote with 5 Powerful Features Maximize Evernote with 5 Powerful Features With over 100 million users, Evernote is arguably the web's favorite productivity and note-saving tool. We are putting the spotlight on 5 under-appreciated Evernote features and detail their value. Read More that can help you save, organize, and access your items easily.

Evernote Web Clipper Highlights

With Evernote Web Clipper attached to your browser, you can clip an article, the simplified version of an article, or the entire Web page Evernote's New Web Clipper Is The Ultimate Content Saving Tool Evernote's New Web Clipper Is The Ultimate Content Saving Tool Evernote's Web Clipper isn't new. But if you haven't heard, or perhaps didn't like the Evernote clipper in the past, this is the right time to look into it again. Read More . You can also quickly bookmark the page, share the article via social media, or take a screen shot that can be annotated. You can select which notebook to save your item to, add a tag, and attach a remark if you like. The extension also has several configurable options for default notebook and tag selection, clip actions, and keyboard shortcuts.

Sunrise Calendar Highlights

With Sunrise Calendar you can stay in sync Sunrise Calendar Is Now Cross-Platform — But Is It Any Good? Sunrise Calendar Is Now Cross-Platform — But Is It Any Good? Sunrise Calendar, an iOS favorite, recently released new Android and desktop versions, making it a serious contender for the title of best cross-platform calendar. But does it take the crown? Read More with your iCloud, Google Calendar, or Exchange account. This cool tool not only integrates with Evernote, but also Facebook, Asana, Wunderlist, and many others. You can set up what are called Interesting Calendars for your favorite sports teams or television shows, use customized and recurring reminders, get weather for your current location, and directions via Google Maps easily.

How They Work Together

The key to this dynamic duo is how they integrate to give you the organization and productivity you need. Once you connect the two together, any reminders that you set up in Evernote Web Clipper will pop up in Sunrise Calendar. In addition, any updates or edits to those reminders from either application are immediately reflected in other.

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For example, if you set a reminder when clipping an article with Evernote Web Clipper for November 1 at 9 a.m., you can change it in Sunrise Calendar to November 2 at 10 a.m. and the change will sync with both Evernote and Sunrise Calendar, and vice versa. Awesome, right?

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Not only can you edit the date and time for the reminder, but some of the details as well. Change the title, author, location, or URL in either application and those changes will sync right away to the other. In addition, items saved from Evernote Web Clipper to Sunrise Calendar appear with the Evernote logo, which his convenient.

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Having reminders from items you clip right within your calendar comes in handy for many reasons. For instance, maybe you clipped part of an article to use for a term paper that you are starting tomorrow. Or, maybe you captured screen shots for a meeting presentation on Friday that you want to pull up. With these items accessible right from your calendar with the reminders, you always have what you need at your fingertips.

Do You Use This Productive Team Of Tools?

We have just shown you exactly how Evernote Web Clipper and Sunrise Calendar work well together to keep you better organized. Do you currently use these two tools together or do you have a different team of applications How to Be Productive When Productivity Apps Don't Work for You How to Be Productive When Productivity Apps Don't Work for You You should noticed that the past few years have been about an obsession with productivity. But what if productivity apps don't do it for you? Then what do you do? Read More that are compatible across platforms that make you personally more productive? Feel free to share your suggestions in the comments below!

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  1. rajat
    November 13, 2015 at 2:45 am

    you can use clippod extension on google calendar directly to store files notes and comments

  2. riaan pretorius
    November 7, 2015 at 8:19 pm

    I love sunrise and dont use outlook at all so hope sunrise doesnt stop working completely

  3. Lee Brown
    November 7, 2015 at 4:04 pm

    Sunrise will be closing down. If you want the same features, you'll have to use Outlook's web calendar.

    • Lee Brown
      November 7, 2015 at 4:07 pm

      This should've went in a reply. How come you can't delete your own comments? :|

  4. Lee Brown
    November 6, 2015 at 8:43 pm

    I recently received a letter from the Sunrise Team. It will be shutting down and it's features will be put to use in Outlook.

    Too bad...it was a nice take on a calendar!

    • Hildegerd Haugen
      November 6, 2015 at 11:26 pm

      It was.

      • Sandy Stachowiak
        November 7, 2015 at 7:41 pm

        I agree, Hildegerd. I use it all the time and love the syncing and other features.

    • riaan pretorius
      November 7, 2015 at 7:46 am

      So does this mean that Sunrise is closing down c and that it will stop to work completely? That sucks I LOVED IT

      • Lee Brown
        November 7, 2015 at 4:05 pm

        Sunrise will be closing down. If you want the same features, you’ll have to use Outlook’s web calendar.

      • Sandy Stachowiak
        November 7, 2015 at 7:42 pm

        Riaan, I'm right along with you. It reminds me a little of when Yahoo! took over Astrid. I loved Astrid for task lists and then...that was the end of it, unfortunately.

    • Sandy Stachowiak
      November 7, 2015 at 7:40 pm

      Thanks for sharing that, Lee. It is so disappointing, I really like Sunrise! Although, I'm sure Outlook users will be happy.

      • Lee Brown
        November 8, 2015 at 4:51 am

        Most definitely! :)

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