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Handwriting over web-clipped notes


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I'm new to evernote.

I like all the cool features of evernote over onenote except that you can't draw over your web-clipped notes.

Is there a way to do it?

If there is please someone let me know.

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On 4/18/2020 at 3:56 PM, yafj7961 said:

you can't draw over your web-clipped notes.

Hi.  No,  you can't.  There may be other apps out there that could do this,  and if they generate a PDF file,  that could be saved in an Evernote note. But at present Evernote simply doesn't offer the feature that you want.

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On 4/18/2020 at 7:56 AM, yafj7961 said:

except that you can't draw over your web-clipped notes.

Is there a way to do it?

Yes, save the web clipping as a pdf or image

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On 4/21/2020 at 1:23 AM, DTLow said:

Yes, save the web clipping as a pdf or image

The annotate feature is really really great in a way that isn't evident till you use it. Here's what I do:

I am on Windows and use the WIN+SHIFT+S shortcut to screenshot a section of the screen and it copies to the clipboard

I have CTRL+SHIFT+V as my global shortcut to paste to Evernote

I have asked Evernote to immediately open Annotate when I save an image...

I use Annotate's arrows, boxes, highlights, symbols and ink to augment the image.

It's a really powerful workflow. Visual is very important.

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