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The web clipping with iOS is weak, compared to the web clipper capabilities on the desktop clients. To improve web clipping on iPad and iPhone I use this nice shortcut for iOS that is clipping sites from Safari and creates a lean, clean note from the clipped stuff. It usually does exclude all the adds and clutter, comes with a reader-type layout and copies pictures and working links that are in the original website as well. The only downside I have found up to now is that it takes several seconds to execute. But the result makes up for this. I hope this link to the iCloud is working for everybody who wants to install the shortcut to the shortcuts App. It will show in the share menu in Safari: https://www.icloud.com/shortcuts/0d6e466b4b1444549da81ddc6f90b82d
when I do web clipping, it shows, clipping => syncronizing =>done. (my environment is Japanese so maybe words above are slightly different, but meanings are same.) And if I close the web page(s) or web browser while "synchronizing," are there not any problems? I want to ask you about this in the case of windows and mac. (but I recently bought a mac and have not installed/set anything with Evernote.) P.S. I guess that, if we know/find where data soon after finishing "clipping"（but before "syncronizing") is stored concretely and the specification of "synchronizing," the answer will be automatically clear.... Thank you for your continued help