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chuckdion

Identifying which of the brought-up pages you're viewing have already been clipped.

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Can we add an EN Icon in ( Chrome's ) web-page address-bar when the page has been previously clipped? Would be a significant time saver for most users as they determine whether they should clip a page ( just in case ) or needn't clip a page ( 'cause the icon indicates they already have! ). Thanks!!

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Hi.  If you have access to Context and have it optioned on,  you'll get a 'similar pages' display which would tell you if a page has been clipped before.  Difficult (and wasteful of your bandwidth) to automatically do a search on every web page you visit in case that page might have been clipped previously.  And how to indicate that only a partial selection was clipped,  not the whole page?  Or that the content has changed since it was clipped...?

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Looked for/Googled "Context" in applications and extensions but found nothing at the level that I could understand, including Dupal. Thanks for the response though; appreciate it.

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Context is a feature in Evernote premium.  If you check your Clipper options (possibly on the browser Add-ins page) there would be choices for 'what to do after a successful clip'.  If you're a premium user and can confirm which browser you use (Chrome? Firefox?) we can maybe give you more specific help...

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