- Rated 5 out of 5by drimbus, 2 years agoDoes what it says on the tin.
Only "problem" is you have to make sure all your notebooks are synced for it to see all the sections you've made. That's more an issue of using a local client and a cloud-based client. I spose the local client *could* try to auto sync more often?
- Rated 5 out of 5by woelfwynde, 2 years agoI surf the Web a lot. There are times when I want to save just a small part of the page. This does that, and also provides the source of the clipping. Something I don't have to think about while surfing.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Greaseistheword, 2 years agoJust what I needed, which was "not a lot", but so far so good. Works like it should and is fast - seems low overhead on performance of browser and quick to shuttle pages, etc. to OneNote with ease, accuracy, etc. Good job!
- Rated 5 out of 5by shade82000, 2 years agoIt's awesome to have such a simple way of capturing stuff from the web. I used to just boomark stuff and never go back to it, but for some reason being able to capture pages intelligently (whole page, article, recipe, region etc) and store them in OneNote, I find I actually do go back and read through it frequently.
I think it's because websites come and go, so on the rare occasions I've gone through bookmarks in the past, I see that a lot of the pages are now 404's or the whole site has closed down. But with OneNote, this extension is capturing useful visible information and creating a sort of book, and when I go back to it, it brings back memories. Sounds weird I know but it's 1000x better than bookmarking.
Also I have to use multiple browsers for my job and this extension is identical in all of them.