The stand-alone Evernote program in Windows includes the choice to "simplify formatting" (see the attached screenshot) when right-clicking on a note.
If you've ever clipped news articles, forum pages, etc. that have lots of ads, social media icons that scream "CLICK ME" or pages of comments that follow the story, this unnecessary fills a note with content I don't want and which affects the layout of the note in a visually disruptive fashion.
I do try to use the "Clearly" browser plugin to strip the formatting away before my notes are saved, but sometimes this isn't possible, or it strips away some of the content I'm interested in saving.
Using "simplify formatting" in the Evernote Windows application strips much of the problematic formatting away, groups the unwanted links, etc. making it much easier to edit them out.
The screenshots below show a tame example at three stages: pre-simplify, post-simplify, and after editing out the unwanted content. Other pages can be filled with much more extraneous content than this that make the content disruptive to read and have to scroll through.
I don't see this right-click option in the web client.
Thanks for asking.