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I often select the option of "Simplified Article" when saving via Evernote. However, very frequently (dare I say the majority of the time), the author's name and/or publication date (when shown with the article) is not part of the clip. Therefore, after every clipping, I must peek at my EN file to see whether or not it was included, and then must copy and paste the information if it's not there. This, of course, slows down my work flow, and is downright cumbersome if I'm using EN on anything other than my desktop. Perhaps this improvement request is difficult to achieve due to the great variety of ways that webpages are coded, but I wanted to register that I would be THRILLED if this feature could be improved! Thanks, in advance, Evernote! --------- As an example, today (7/6/2017), I clicked on a link in an email from Evernote (received 6/27/2017) that lead to a wonderful article on Medium about Founder Stepan Pachikov. I wanted to save it for future re-reading, so I clipped it using "Simplified Article." Once again, no references to the publication date and author were acquired (the date is listed both at start and end of article, and the author's name is at the end). I find this ironic since Pachikov is committed to history in context and memories. I'd like to think that in addition to EN's autosaving the date that articles are clipped, that the company would be dedicated to also seeing the importance of recording the date the information is published, and who is responsible for the content.