Evernote's extension for Chrome browser got an update adding new features. For one it has a whole new look. It also offers better note clipping and allows users to browse Evernote and the web at the same time. The Evernote extension for Chrome is a browser button people can use to save content on the web, and it's now capable of selecting an entire body from a post or an article, no highlighting required. This feature is called "Article Clips" and it allows users to clip and save web content quicker and easier.
Article clipping is better in the Evernote for Chrome update
Evernote has also introduced 'simultaneous search' for its Chrome extension, where users will be able to search in Evernote, Google, Yahoo and/or Bing at the same time. The process of searching is the same as usual, just enter a search query. Evernote's search results will display above web results, allowing users to see if they've already saved their notes related to their queries. These new features for Evernote are limited to the Chrome browser, for now. Watch the video below for more on the new features.
Published Date: May 25, 2011 10:09 am | Updated Date: May 25, 2011 10:09 am