Rated 3 out of 5
3 Stars out of 5
by Joellyn Rose Keener, 3 months ago
Rated 1 out of 5
I have been very unhappy with Evernote for a long time now because there's been numerous times I've gone back into the app to check on a note or article that I had clipped some time back, then found that it may have only saved the title, or a useless link, and PDF files, don't get me started on those. I've lost so many PDF files when I was trusting that Evernote was saving them for me to peruse later on down the road. I am so very happy that I saw the review on top from a person saying he is now using OneNote. I didn't know that it had around the same features we use and need in Evernote (but need them to actually work!) So I'm checking out of Evernote once and for all and heading for the OneNote app. Good riddance Evernote. I'm done wasting all my money monthly on such a sloppy app.
- by vetmil63, 21 days agoRated 1 out of 5Unable to clip article from local newspaper as paper prevents clipping. Seems clipping used to work but not now. Very frustrating, stressful as I am trying to clip two column obituary but unable. Firefox browser blocks clipping. Clipping seems too difficult. How can I learn and get through these difficulties?
- by Firefox user 15030615, a month agoRated 3 out of 5For some reason Evernote Web Clipper stopped working with Gmail recently. Maybe a new Firefox (FF) update broke something.
Also, I can't but help think that this extension slows down web browsing performance and load times.
- by Grace, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5Doesn't clip the entire page, but only the title. Furthermore, when you are signed in to your notebook to use with this app, whenever you run a google search, it will also search your notes and displays close matches. My notes are very sensitive and private, what's the purpose of putting it on display like that? I only need this extention to save web pages for me, like at work. Not to show all my private notes with things like my bank info, on my screen for my colleagues to read