by Firefox user 14590701, a year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Web clipper is great when onenote works. Sometimes the clip appears to work fine, but sometimes the clip content is missing when I open onenote. Unfortunately I've had some issues with onenote not always saving the changes I'm making to a notebook so it's difficult to determine if the clipper add in has issues or if it's my monotone...err excuse me, onenote application or even possibly onedrive messing with onenote messing with clipper. So it goes with MS software :)
- by Firefox user 13692457, 5 days agoRated 5 out of 5Easy and convenient to use. I really like the feature to only clip the article to remove all the other junk and focus only on the text and some images. Works well with articles that have code in there as well. Well done, Microsoft.
- by Firefox user 15218606, a month agoRated 5 out of 5This is a nice clipper - works very well if you are a OneNote user. The only problem is that the captured page becomes an image, so then it's not possible to select text and other page elements inside OneNote. It is possible to draw on the image, so that's fine for highlighting and annotating.
- by joeygraziano, 2 months agoRated 4 out of 5I use this just about everyday and it works very well. if I could have "bookmark" be the default behavior of the right-click, I would immediately give five stars.
- by Marcelo Duarte, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5The last version introduced a terrible "Recipe" mode that only captures parts of the page. I used the "Article" mode to capture the contents of a recipe before, but now I can't. The "Article" mode is disabled and removed from the list when the extension thinks it detects a recipe. Please include an option to disable the "Recipe" mode completely. This extension is mostly useless to me as it is now.