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After browsing I clear cookies and cache of my firefox browser but everytime when I open firefox evernote web clipper ask for login credentials each time. I'm fed up with this. can you solve this issue please?
iOS 11.0.3 - iPhone 6 Evernote 8.5.1 I have logged out and logged back in. I have rebooted the phone. I have uninstalled the app and reinstalled it. Nothing works except clearing the cache. Scenario - using Evernote app on iOS: (I have only tested this with a shared note so far) User A shares note with me. I add it to my shortcuts for easy access. Note is up-to-date and synced. Nothing fancy, just a list of items. I update note. Within seconds, User A sees the note updated (also on Evernote app for iOS 11). User A updates the note and makes sure it is synced.
I need to copy certain content from the web that may be volatile, i.e., the content may subsequently change or disappear entirely. When I use Web Clipper to copy a page at time 0, will it save (cache) this content in my Evernote folder, so that when I access it at time 1, it returns a valid copy of the web page as it existed at time 0 rather than as it may exist at time 1? Does it make any difference whether I have Basic or Premium Evernote subscription?