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  1. I use Evernote primarily for clipping web content. I'm on a Mac using Chrome and have the Elephant icon web extension. (I also use Clearly, and the clip function in that.) It bugs me that Evernote does not inform me whether or not I've already clipped something. I know I must have a lot of duplicates. But how -- without actually going into Evernote and searching -- can I determine if I've already clipped something?
  2. 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
  3. Hello, Evernote is a great application and has become a standard tool to store and access information easily and effectively. For many of us, a preferred medium for such information gathering is iPad. When I have free time, I search internet for information. Anything I find intersting I'd like to store it in Evernote so that I can go back and study in detail. WebClip is a great tool to achive this but offically it only works on my PC. There is still (after many years) no app for iOS for WebClip function. This is hard to understand why there is no app for iOS?. Many of us would pay for such a tool. The unofficial solutions developed by many clever developers work but with problems; you cannot navigate on the interface in iPhone and you have to type your your credentials every time to use (it nrver remembers them for a week as it is claimed),etc. Any idea, if theer is any attempt by Evernote to release a version of WebClip for iOS?
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