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  1. I don't even need the info added to a special column - I just believe the article's timestamp (if avail) and author information should be clipped with the rest of the article.
  2. From what I can tell - evernote does not save the time stamp for when articles were posted to the web. For example, say I'm saving a New York Times article, it won't capture the fact that the article was originally posted to the New York Times website on February 10, 2017. I can't imagine I'm alone in needing those time stamps for documenting sources in my research (for bibliographies, etc), and I often end up reopening the saved webpage to retrack when it was posted, defeating the clipping in some ways. Am I clipping articles wrong? Is there a way to save the date? If not - is this
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