- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 15097884, 3 years agoAfter having problems with blocking third-party cookies and the extension not working, I got how to make it work, despite no help from the extension itself in giving instructions. You need to go to Preferences > Privacy & Security, then click on "Manage Permissions" under "Cookies and Site Data". There, you need to always allow "https://evernote.com" website as an exception. Restart Firefox and the extension should now work.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Gaskinlake, 3 years agoI use this add-on a lot. It's very handy to save links, simplified articles, or full articles. I also use it to save recipes. Sometimes the formatting is a bit off, for example, the text might be really large or the ads and graphics align differently than in the original. Tip: If there is an option to "Print" a web page, adding that version to Evernote makes for a simpler, less busy format, especially for recipes.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 14488459, 3 years agoI love this and saving web pages. I use Evernote Plus almost only for this add-on. But it fails to save pages with many animation gifs. I wish it had an option to disable saving all frames of the gifs (save only first frame).
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 13112466, 3 years ago[update] the problem is fixed in FF70. Seems to have been a FF problem, as the extension is still v 6.13.3
Was working well on win 10, until FF 69. No longer works, even when all protections are removed. Have seen others with same problem both here and on the Evernote forum. Tried reverting to three earlier versions. No joy. Clearly Evernote is not paying attention, as the last update shown is six months old.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 15149782, 3 years agoGreat so far, I could use tutoring to get full use as an author. I will say this product is instrumental in my finally writing. Web Clipper allows me to research, browse, look for property on ad infinitum.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Attila Matisse, 3 years agoGrowing more and more dissatisfied with this web clipper. Once more, it's outdated compared to the Chrome extension. It leaves a loading graphic that does not go away when used on YouTube. Most annoying of all, it doesn't work in a lot of websites. Really upsetting that us Firefox users are not getting enough attention.