In the past week I’ve noticed problems with Evernote capturing from Web Clipper and Clearly. For example, go to this WIRED article on an artist who did a self portrait with GPS equipment and DHL taking the equipment around the world.
When I opened the article in Chrome for Mac, Evernote Web Clipper, and clicked Save:
Evernote said that it saved the clip:
GTD Evernote users, *might* want to check that web clippings are actually being captured. Just to be sure.
Fast Ways To Double-Check-Web Clipper:
- When Web Clipper displays the confirmation that your note has been captured:
Click on the title of the article to open the note in Evernote, to make sure the note is there.
- Or, instead of using Web Clipper, capture the note with Clearly. I’ve had no trouble with Clearly capturing notes this week.
- Open Evernote on your computer, click the Sync icon
And then click on the “All Notes” (or “Clear” icon if you have run a search) and then scroll to the top of your notes to make sure the note Clearly or Web Clipper says it captured, is there.
This might be a problem of capture (from Web Clipper or Clearly) or it might be a problem of synchronizing. I’m using Evernote Mac 5.6.0 which I think is a beta release.