Evernote is one of my favorite tools. I use it for lesson plans, meeting notes, lesson resources, clipping web content, bookmarking, sharing resources and more. It's a very important and useful resource for me.
One of the great features of Evernote is the Web Clipper. The web clipper is an add-on for a web browser and lets you clip entire web pages, links, or parts of a web page, directly into your Evernote notebooks. The Evernote web clipper for Chrome is great and just got an update. Now it has Smart Filing and Clipping to Shared Notebooks. Smart Filing remembers what notebook you have clipped content into from certain webpages and will automatically suggest notebooks, relevant tags, or both, when you clip from that web page again. This can save you time when clipping resources from the same site. You can change the suggestions though.
You can also now clip into shared notebooks, so multiple people can work together to build notebooks with research, data, notes, and more.
These new features are great for education - saving time, helping you get organized, and allowing multiple people to work on shared notebooks with the web clipper. Teachers, administrators and students can use these features for research and planning.
Evernote is constantly updating and improving it's features and products and promises more updates to Evernote and the web clipper in the future.
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