- by dfwenigma, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5This plug-in works well if you have one ID and have a bit of patience. One must log out and log in if the Notebook doesn't already exist. Also you can save to an existing page but if there isn't one then you can't drop it into a Notebook and have it create a page for you. A bit limiting. Still really nice app plug-in for Firefox.
- by vadim s. sabinich, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5Практически идеальное расширение для копирования информации с нужных страниц. Не хватает только возможности поиска в сохранённых страницах, как это реализовано в Evernote Web Clipper
- by PHD0105, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5Manque une seule chose : pouvoir intégrer une note directement dans une autre, et pas seulement dans un dossier...
One thing missing - Ability to insert a note directly within an existing one, and not only in a folder...
- by Wondermonk, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5Love using this to update my OneNote with web pages that I want to quickly share with others and/or retain to be referred to in the future. I really like the options to show the entire page, just an article or just the URL.
Only reason it isn't 5 stars, I haven't found a way to link it to all the notebooks I have currently in my OneNote. It only displays my Office Notes notebook. It isn't a huge deal because it is easy to move to the correct section from there.
- by Dann, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5OneNote Web Clipper does what's promised. A underestimated quality in my opinion. Another one is the following experience. An extension that promotes itself because you will use OneNote Web Clipper more often compared to any other alternative in no time. And, you know what? Without the (annoying) habit, unlike most concurrents add-ons, to promote themselves way too much. I'm using this for 6 months now on daily base and only one time I was asked to write a review and rate. I didn't doubt one second. More Pro's for this Add-On
Very easy to use while the direct connection to OneNote Online makes a huge positive impact. Every page, image, etc... saved (and edited) in no time while it's almost impossible from this day on to ever waste more than 10 sec searching that file.
Online editing isn't spectacular but again very descent. And even if you tend to like many different tools, in this case it doesn't even matter since you can easely import your file to OneNote or other MS Office software on your device.
I can only think on one thing that's missing (maybe?)
The option to capture all images or only text etc...
That would be the best of two worlds.
(I've never given five stars because 'the perfect...' is almost impossible to create)