How to Highlight With Evernote

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Highlight website text and images and save the highlighted areas to your Evernote account. Evernote's Highlight and Clip feature creates notes directly from highlighted information in your Web browser. To use the Highlight and Clip feature, you need to use a Web Clipper. Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari all support Evernote Web Clippers.

  • Go to the Evernote website.

  • Click and drag the green "Clip to Evernote" button from the Evernote login page to your browser toolbar. You can download the Evernote Google Chrome extension or the Firefox add-on if you use those browsers, but dragging the button serves the same basic function.

  • Open a website from which you want to clip information.

  • Click and drag the cursor over what you want to highlight it.

  • Click the "Clip to Evernote" button you just put in your toolbar. A small Evernote window opens. You are prompted to sign into your account if you aren't already logged in.

  • Check the preview of your highlighted clip in the Evernote window. Add tags, change the title, choose a notebook from the drop-down menu and add any additional notes in the Content field. Click "Done" to save the highlighted information to your account.

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