Install the Webclipper

The webclipper enables you to capture via any browser on a PC or Mac the content of webpages, which you can then modify and annotate. Where the original website content is changed or removed, your web clip will remain.

If you have been asked to collect resources for your folio, you may find this a very easy way to do so.

 

Download and install Webclipper

1.      Open a browser (Firefox or Chrome is recommended).

2.      Go to https://evernote.com/webclipper/.

3.      At the download tab, choose the browser you will be downloading Webclipper with.

4.      Your download should start immediately.

5.      Follow the prompts to install.

6.      The Evernote elephant icon should be visible in the top right-hand corner of your browser. (See Image 1.1)

Image 1.1

 

Capture a webclip

Webclipper allows you to capture: articles, simplified articles, full pages, bookmarks or screenshots from your browser.

1.      Navigate to the page you wish to clip.

2.      Click on the elephant icon in the top right hand corner of your browser.

3.      Select the type of clip you wish to take:

     a.      Clip an article to capture the main body of a news article or webpage. You can modify the area of the webpage captured by pressing the + or - buttons on the screen or by using the arrow keys on your keyboard. (See Image 1.2)

     b.      Clip a simplified article (in Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer (IE) 7+, and Opera) to capture only the main content of an article or webpage, removing all extraneous images and information on the site. Clip a full page to capture the entire page, including all navigation and images. (See Image 1.2)

     c.       Clip a bookmark (in Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer (IE) 7+, and Opera) to record a website’s URL, without saving the entire page, so that you can return to the website later. (See Image 1.2)

     d.      Clip a screenshot (on Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer (IE) 7+, and Opera) to simply take a snapshot of your browser screen, that you can modify and add to later.  (See Image 1.2)

     e.      Clip PDF documents that open in a browser tab. (See Image 1.2)

     f.        Clip emails in your browser based email client. (See Image 1.2)

4.      Select the Notebook you wish the clip to be saved to. (See Image 1.2)

5.      Add tags if desired. (See Image 1.2)

6.       Add a remark if desired. (See Image 1.2)

Image 1.2

7.      To highlight section of the page, move the mouse out into the browser area. (See Image 1.3)

Image 1.3

 

8.      The mouse icon will change to a highlighter pen.

9.      You can then click and drag your mouse icon over text on the page to highlight it.

10.  Click ‘save’ in the web clipper box.