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(Archived) Tips: A faster and neater way to clip full page.

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Hi, I just found a faster way to clip full web pages to Evernote.

The end result also seems to preserve the formatting of the page better. So that's an added plus.

Many of you may know of this method already..here is basically what you do:

1. Head over to http://toread.cc/

2. Enter your evernote email address. Verify it.

3. You will be given a unique bookmarklet url. Save the bookmarklet to your bookmark bar.

From this point onwards, your toread bookmarklet works just like the Clip to Evernote bookmarklet, except that :

- you are not given any popups. you click on the bookmarklet and it silently clips the web page and emails it to your evernote email.

- you can choose to add comment to your clip with the toread+ bookmarklet.

Of course you lose out on marking your notes with tags, so it may not be ideal for everyone.

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Of course you lose out on marking your notes with tags, so it may not be ideal for everyone.

plus you cannot use it on pages, where you have to login, like this forum, because it does not uses your cookies or whatsoever.

plus, there is not seeable difference. imho, toread.cc is slightly uglier than the anyway ugly result of EN...

check those screenshots and decide yourself.

you will not see any difference worth seeing....or will you?

imho, EN has a little *better* spacing.






those pages were plain simple, maybe it only works on complex pages? dunno.


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You are right - it doesn't always work better than Evernote; but some sites I have tried it on, with a heavy table based 3 column layout with hundreds of cells - it seemed to preserve the 'full page' format better than Evernote. So it's a hit and a miss basically.

edit: never mind. it's not much of a difference.

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