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ie REQUEST: Easier way to direct to clipped images to particular notebook

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I'd like to use a few of my notebooks as collections of images on particular topics. If I'm on a web page and I right click an image and choose "clip image" it seems to clip the image automatically to my default notebook (or is it just the last notebook clipped to?). I realize I can click "edit" on the small pop up notification that appears but then I have to further click "show details" (and get redirected to the evernote site) to finally get to the dropdown menu to change the notebook.

What I'm looking for is a faster solution, more like pinterest - I click the image, instantly can choose which pinboard, and click pin and I'm done: the image I've selected goes directly to the pinboard I want. To be clear, I see that when I clip an article using the evernote web clipper button on my browser the large pop-up window easily allows me to choose which notebook - I just don't see this functionality when I'm right clicking individual images.

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Correct, currently clipping via context menu will file it to your default notebook. We're looking into how this can be improved.

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Any news on this issue The right click feature is a evernote goldie, but redundant when you need to launch a seperate window to choose notebook. Then rather back to this here issue where they got filed under the default notebook, which u can catagorize afterwards?

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I made the account just for this reply. Every option for clipping (article, bookmark) has notebook selection but the "clip image" don't. No one likes to clip image in just one notebook.

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The lack of proper selection of notebooks when saving an image is the only reason I am considering switching to a different service to store my notes and images. Please implement this feature!

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