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Chrome Clipping from 30-day free trial subscription

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I'm using the Evernote Clipper to save web content from a subscription that I have access to for a 30-day free trial. Just wondering whether anyone knows if I'll still be able to view the notes I've made from this source once my subscription runs out? 

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The clips you save will still be available,  though using a 'basic' (free) account means you'll have lower limits to some types of access.  Notes saved with a different subscription level will be visible,  but may not be editable - other than copy and pasting from the screen.

What are the system limits of Evernote?

 

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On 2017-10-24 at 12:38 PM, missalmc said:

I'm using the Evernote Clipper to save web content from a subscription that I have access to for a 30-day free trial. Just wondering whether anyone knows if I'll still be able to view the notes I've made from this source once my subscription runs out? 

Yes, and No

The webclipper is not saving a bookmark; its saving the actual content from the web page you are viewing
So, you have mostly a complete copy of the page, including images

However, the Clipper does not drill down into sub-pages
If the page includes a link to a sub-page; you will not have access

I said "mostly a complete copy" because the Evernote display sometimes doesn't support the complex code used in some web pages. I find screen grabs of pdf prints are a more accurate picture of web pages

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