Evernote has added a heap of new features to its Safari extension, all of which should appeal to power users. The big change is that when you add a web page, it will automatically attempt to file your clipping into the tags and notebooks you've already set up —ex. if you clip a recipe, Evernote might be able to guess that you'd like it in your cookbook notebook — and now if that notebook happens to be shared, it will actually work. Evernote will also attempt to automatically detect which portion of the page's content you're interested in. Lastly, Evernote inserts itself into your Google searches, adding a link to the top of the results page that points back to your own account. You can add the new web clipper by going to this page in Safari.
Evernote updates Safari browser extension with auto-tag, shared notebook support
Evernote has added a heap of new features to its Safari extension, all of which should appeal to power users
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