Save Gmails for Later with Evernote’s New Web Clipper for Chrome

Save Gmails for Later with Evernote's New Web Clipper for Chrome - DashBurst

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Evernote is a great tool to bookmark and clip portions of any web page online. Today, the Evernote Web Clipper for Chrome has just added the ability to clip directly from your Gmail! This comes just after Evernote recently made reminders available on the web and for mobile devices.

Gmail Clipping

Have you ever had trouble looking for something important in an old email? Your emails can contain valuable photos, files, receipts, or travel itineraries for example, and with tons of email stacking up in your account, it can be difficult to keep things organized. Now whenever you see an email that needs saved for later, simply open it and click on the Web Clipper. The email and any attachments will then be saved to Evernote for safekeeping. Remember the Web Clipper only grabs what it sees, so in order to clip all parts of the message, make sure to expand the thread in Gmail first. You can also add your Gmails into any notebook of your choice, assign relevant tags, and add commentary like in any other note.

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Easy to Find Old Emails

Since your email conversations are formatted and organized like other notes, each message is incredibly easy to find again with related material. The email subject line becomes the title of the note, and all the email addresses of recipients appear up top. Premium users also can search attached documents, spreadsheets, presentations and PDFs.

Lots of companies use Gmail and Evernote to make their workflows more efficient, so combining the two apps like this is a feature many have been waiting for. Never waste time sifting through your email again for a specific attachment or image, just clip the important stuff to Evernote instead!
Do you happen to use Evernote and Gmail already?

Daniel Zeevi

By Daniel Zeevi

Daniel is a social network architect, web developer, infographic designer, writer, speaker and founder of DashBurst. Full-time futurist and part-time content curator, always on the hunt for disruptive new technology, creative art and web humor.

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