Notebook web clipper just got a major revamp. With a brand-new user interface, you can now use the web clipper to add tags and set reminders to your notecards. Notebook’s web clipper now also supports multiple screen capture modes, like part of the page, full page, and more. Let’s take a look at some of the enhancements we’ve added.
Improved screen capture
We all know screen capture is one of the basic needs for anyone using a web clipper to take notes in their browser. The new Notebook Web Clipper now offers more ways to take screenshots while you browse. Now you can capture the full screen, part of the visible screen, or the visible area of the page. You can also use the “Focused Area” screen capture, which intelligently focuses on the smaller areas in the visible page.
Organize with tags and reminders
You can now add and associate tags to the notecards you create using the web clipper. Whether it’s a Text Card, Photo Card, or Bookmark Card, you can add tags before you save it to Notebook. You can also choose from your existing tags and add tags in the Reader View.
Stay on top of your work by adding reminders to your notecards. All your reminders are synced across your devices so you never miss an important note.
Reader view updates
Reader View now remembers your selection for the next time you choose to clean an article. Notebook’s web clipper remembers your font choices and themes. You can also now edit the content in the Reader View before you choose to save it in Notebook, as well as choose the notecard color.
In addition to this, we’ve added Google Meet to the list of apps supported in Meeting Notes.
We hope these improvements will help improve your productivity when you use Notebook’s web clipper to browse articles. Have any questions or feedback? Leave us a comment here or write to email@example.com.