- 5 段階中 1 の評価Firefox ユーザー 13727245 によるレビュー (5年前)Shame it requires lax security to work. You can however get around this by adding Allow exceptions for the following hosts:
Then it works even if third party cookies are disabled.
- 5 段階中 1 の評価atomic_scout によるレビュー (5年前)Been using web clipper for a while now and since Firefox 57 (Quantum) the add-on doesn't work at all - even after the update. When I go to Evernote trying to get some help I'm told to file a ticket but there is nowhere to do this. What a shame, I used to like Evernote and was just about to sign on again for a full year of premium service. Glad I didn't pay for that yet, would have been very upset. Guess I'll just have to settle for pocket now...*meh*
Amended Review: I see by other users' comments what the problem is with the add-on - Evernote's decision to require third party cookies and cross scripting in the web clipper. I'm very security conscious and will not allow that in my browser. It's why I use Firefox in the first place - because I can control such things.
So long Evernote, it was nice knowing ya'.
- 5 段階中 1 の評価Nixsar によるレビュー (5年前)As far as the clipper goes it has been a disaster since the introduction of 3rd party cookies and cross scripting requirement. Just cancelled my premium Evernote subscription, because without the web clipper the service is useless to me. Our data is being mined, used in known and unknown ways and even that would be fine and was fine for years, but somehow simply logging in wasn't enough of an identification and tracking help for Evernote. They are going in a direction I don't plan to follow and the clipper is going with them.
- 5 段階中 1 の評価cec によるレビュー (5年前)Quite disgusting how Evernote are stealing the data from user's and selling it, all without any notice being given. Try using it without 3rd party cookies being enabled, and you'll find it just doesn't work.
Why should ANY 3rd party, unknown to me, and not providing ME with any service receive MY data for them to exploit anywat they choose.
Sorry to say there are way too many stupid people who give their data away freely without any thoughts of what it's being used for, or by whom.
One step to far for this user, the clipper is history from desktop, table and phone, and as the Evernote account isn't any use to me without the clipper, the Evernote app is also history as is the account.
MY data is MINE, and if anyone is going to make money from it, it should be ME. Anonynous data thieves can take a running jump, I'M not for sale. If more people got smart and realised big brother is stealing their data and making money from it and dumped such thieving software, perhaps we'd be able to use technology for the purpose it was meant for, rather than being a conduit for companies to spy on us and intrude on our lives in order to sell us things.
- 5 段階中 1 の評価Firefox ユーザー 13629163 によるレビュー (5年前)Evernote's decision to require third party cookies and cross scripting in the web clipper renders it useless for any company or person that has a modest security policy in place. The requirement is now embedded in the firefox, safari, and chrome. There is no reason to require either third party or cross scripting to identify a user account; Evernote has been doing so for years been doing so with first party cookies.
It is unfortunate that Evernote has decided it must further monetize user identity, even for those of us willing to pay for the premium version of the product. If the change is not rolled back, we will be dropping Evernote Premium after years of being a customer.