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Evernote Web Clipper for Chrome updated with a cleaner ‘thoughtful layout’


Today, Evernote announced an update for its Web Clipper Chrome extension that was designed to keep onscreen distractions to a minimum. New features of version 6.2 include a flat floating toolbar that hangs in the upper right-hand corner of your browser window with a “more prominent” save button (mapped to your enter/return key) displayed at the top of all of your menu items.

Annotation tools are now hidden until you snap a screenshot and saved images can quickly be shared via email, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or web link. Here’s a quick look at the updated extension in action.


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