Rated 3 out of 5
3 Stars out of 5
- by David , 10 months agoRated 2 out of 5I will never, ever want Evernote content related to my web searches. I never, ever will want a "Save to Evernote" button on PDFs, for enterprise security reasons. Yet, every time this extension updates it turns those "features" back on for me, which is infuriating.
Also infuriating--I do not need, and do not want, the Web Clipper extension to pop up in Gmail or YouTube to tell me what it can and can't clip. I know that. I could perhaps live with the intrusive notifications once, but those too reset every time the extension is updated.
Point being, the line between "tool" and "annoying malware" is getting a little hard to see here, and I've already thought about whether my rare use of this extension justifies its not-so-rare intrusions the rest of the time. Keep annoying me and I will decide it's no longer worth it.
- by MaikR, a year agoRated 1 out of 5Stop relying on all this 3rd party cookie crap to spy on your paying customers and make your clipper more stable, because most of the complaints about logging in (or can't login at all) have to do with that crappy approach. There's enough data for you in store...
- by Firefox user 15077205, a year agoRated 2 out of 5useful but the the chrome extension is much better. i am trying to switch from chrome to firefox. but i use web clipper a lot and the firefox web clipper extension is not nearly as good as the chrome extension. for example, when i try to clip an email in firefox the clip is empty. but when i clip an email in chrome it works.