Notion Web Clipper is a screen capture extension for chrome. also, it is pdf extension and pdf reader extension. it's a free extension , it has 1,000,000+ active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 3.71 from 393 rated user, last update is 246 days ago.
Notion is your all-in-one workspace, where you can write, plan, collaborate and get organized. Take notes, keep databases, build a wiki, project manage your team — all with one tool. We launched Notion Web Clipper so you can save any page on the web to your Notion workspace. Capture and organize all the articles, research and inspiration you want, and we’ll help you turn them into action. SAVE WITH ONE CLICK. If you come across something you want to keep, just hit the Notion button on the top right of your browser! ORGANIZE IMMEDIATELY. Choose exactly where you want to save your web pages. Add research to projects, articles to reading lists, etc. TAG, SHARE, COMMENT. Don't just store web pages and forget them. Notion makes it easy to turn them into action items, link them to projects, assign them to teammates, and more. You can read the pages you clip on any device, online or off. Happy clipping! ✂️
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useless you cant save screenshots or text.... why i would like to save links...
I have a lot of databases. And databases within databases, often with the same names. I like to comparison shop, so I have a database for each item, and they're all named "comparison shopping". I found it difficult to find the specific one I was looking for with the way the web clipper asks you to search for the database. Why can't it be more like a directory tree? I prefer having separate pages and nested databases rather than huge databases that I have to heavily sort and filter. It seems like the design is more geared towards having a few large databases rather than many smaller ones. This issue alone makes the web clipper virtually unusable to me. I've turned to raindrop for my "web clipping" needs instead. I'd rather not have to use 2 services as notion has almost everything I need but, the web clipper and the mobile sharing options are just too inconvenient and messy for me. I need a better way to locate the exact spot I want to save the clippings.
It does not load in Chrome