How to save a web page with evernote

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How to save a web page with evernote
Save a Web page to your Evernote account and access it anywhere. (Goodshoot/Goodshoot/Getty Images)

Evernote is a productivity tool with which you can save Web pages, snapshots and notes to one account so you can access that information from your desktop, the Evernote website or your smart phone. There are two ways to save Web pages with Evernote. Add a link to a note if you want to be able to open the entire website, or clip relevant parts of the Web page to save in an Evernote notebook. Web Clipper extensions are available for all major browsers. When you visit the Evernote website and search "web clipper," you'll arrive at the download page for your specific browser.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Open your Evernote account from the website, on your mobile phone application or on your desktop.

  2. 2

    Click the "New Note" button or open an existing note.

  3. 3

    Copy the Web address you want to save from the browser address bar.

  4. 4

    Go back to your Evernote note and click default text "Source URL" or "Set URL..." The default text will disappear. Paste the link. The website is saved as a clickable link.

  5. 5

    Install a Web Clipper if you don't have one already installed. From the Evernote Web Clipper page, click and drag the green bookmarklet into your browser toolbar. It's cleverly labelled "Drag to your link bar."

  6. 6

    Highlight the part of the website you want to save. Just click and drag like you usually highlight text.

  7. 7

    Select the Evernote bookmarklet you just dragged to your browser. A new note is created with the Web clip you just created. Check the box "Clip the URL of this page" to attach a link to the website to your note. Evernote automatically saves the note in your default notebook.

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