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  1. I was looking for the URL in the body of the note, seeing as I'd treat it as secondary to the shared text itself. Alternatively, if the URL appeared as a field when pressing the 'i' icon, that would be fine too. When I try that icon on my tablet, the only info fields I get are the created date, the updated date, and tags. Your last screen shot shows exactly what I'd like to have, but it seems to be missing from the tablet interface
  2. I tried the top-right menu, but unfortunately it is not recording both things in the one note. By the dumbell menu, do you mean the temporary menu that appears at the top of the screen with a few icons, including the share icon (that looks like two dumbells touching at one end, like a sideways v-shape)? I tried that as well, but the created note is only storing the text that I highlighted, and not the URL.
  3. Thanks, but how do I access the add-ins page? Does it make any difference if I am using Chrome on my Android tablet (as opposed to a desktop computer)?
  4. Hi, this is my first time posting on the forums. One thing I like using Evernote for is to clip text on web pages, then use those clippings as quotes on my blog. My main way of doing this is to highlight some text, tap the share button in Chrome, then press 'add to Evernote.' This creates the selected text as a new note, but it doesn't seem to save the page URL with it. I've seen how I can clip an entire page on its own, or just a URL on its own - but not a selection of text together with the URL (which is what I need). Is Evernote capable of doing this, or would I need to install a third party extension?
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