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Clip emails from Gmail or Outlook

 

Clip from Gmail

Available for Chrome, Safari, and Opera

Custom clips from Gmail

 

From Gmail, launch the Web Clipper, then click Email to save a clean, clutter-free version of Gmail messages (and selected threads) directly into your Evernote account.

 

Clip from Microsoft Outlook

Available on Evernote for Windows Desktop 5.6+

Custom clips from Outlook

 

From Outlook, click New Clip from the toolbar to clip emails, contacts, and calendar events directly to your Evernote account.

More about the Outlook add-on

 

Add notification alerts to web clips

Available for Google Chrome, Safari, and Opera

Add reminders

Clip event details or travel confirmations with email or in-app notifications to remind you of important deadlines.

 

Finds notes created with Web Clipper

Find notes created from Web Clipper

Evernote lets you use a search filter to show only notes created using the Web Clipper. To bring up a list of all the notes created with the Web Clipper, enter "source:web.clip" in the search bar.

Note: To bring up a list of notes clipped from the Web Clipper on Mac, click inside the search bar, then type "web clips" or select Add Search Option > Source > Web page.

 

Explore notes related to web clips

Available for Google Chrome, Safari, and Opera

Evernote Web Clipper is more than a tool for capturing new notes, it also helps you remember other information you have saved to your Evernote account. After you capture a Web Clip, the confirmation box displays Related Notes from your Evernote account, as well as notes that you have previously captured from the same website.

Find related notes

Based on the content of your new Web Clip, Evernote attempts to suggest other notes in your account that may inspire you. Open these notes in Evernote from the Web Clipper confirmation panel.

 

View related notes in search engine results

Available for Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Opera

To view related notes from your Evernote account whenever you search the Web with some of the most common search engines, including Google, Bing, or Yahoo, enable the related results option from your Web Clipper settings.

Related Results

To enable the related results feature, launch the Web Clipper, click 'Options', check the 'Related results' box, then click Done. You can also enable or disable the option inside your browser's preferences for 'Extensions' or 'Add-Ons'.

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