Evernote Safari Extension Gets Related Notes, Smart Filing, and More
Evernote has updated their Safari web browser extension bringing it related notes, simultaneous search, and smart filing. The web extension now has the ability to automatically file a clipping into a notebook you've already setup. Evernote also interacts with Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other search engines. For a full list of all the new features, click the link below.
I have a bunch of sites that I visit all the time, from Uncrate to Smitten Kitchen to the Onion. When I see something that I want to save, I'll clip it and organize it using notebooks and tags. This update adds Smart Filing, which automatically suggests destination notebooks and tags for your Web Clips. Of course, if you disagree with the suggestions, you can easily change them. This lets you keep browsing, rather than thinking about how your Web Clips should be organized every time.
Your Evernote account is getting smarter and smarter. Today's update introduces Related Notes to the Safari Web Clipping experience. Whenever you clip something, Evernote searches for notes that are somehow related to the item you're clipping, based on a variety of attributes. You'll see three Related Notes displayed right in the clipper popup immediately after you've captured something from the Web. Related Notes are a great way to find connections and rediscover all the things you have in Evernote.
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