A Must Have Chrome Extension for OneNote Users

Check out this post from educators technology. I have a long time ago installed the Chrome extension for One Note, but I haven’t used it in a while. I know the students at Sandvika are avid One Note users, but there might be a trick or two they don’t know about. To be honest, I think many of our students would benefit from a “do you know workshop”. I have for a long time been thinking about how smart it would be to arrange this at the beginning of each school year. I am especially amazed that so many of our students lack skills in using their Mac. But that is another story.

OneNote is one of our favorite note-taking tools. It provides a collection of powerful features that enable you to easily record, edit, and share your notes. ‘You can type, scribble, handwrite, or draw your notes as if using a pen and paper. With a single click, you can convert your handwritten notes into typed text.’ Check out this post to learn more about what you can do with OneNote.

In today’s post, we are drawing your attention to this excellent Chrome extension to consider using with your OneNote. OneNote Web Clipper lets you clip digital content from the web right to your OneNote account. It is similar to Evernote Web Clipper but offers way better features. You can use it to clip videos, PDFs, pictures, or a visual bookmark of a page. Everything you clip is saved to your OneNote account where you can access, edit and share it with others. You can also access your clipped content from different devices even if you are not online.

Other features provided by OneNote Web Clipper include: ‘no clutter, articles, recipes, or products can be clipped without all the ads, navigation, and noise; highlight text, adjust the fonts, or add a note before you clip; clip the whole page or several selections on the page and many more’.

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