The OneNote Clipper has been used by millions of people, and is one of the best ways to capture text, images, and more to OneNote. On Friday, Microsoft realized it needed a change, and updated it to a 2.0 version. The updates to the OneNote Clipper are major, and introduce a number of new features to OneNote fans.
The OneNote Clipper is the easiest way to save anything from the web to OneNote, and with the 2.0 update, has listened to users on features. It adds a new user interface, a location picker, intelligence, and lastly a region clipper for Chrome. All of these are available now to use with OneNote.
New User Interface & Location Picker
The first thing that users will notice is the new interface for clipping pages to OneNote from the browser. It has been redone from scratch, and will take up less space in the browser window. It also has a number of new animations that users will either love or hate, but again makes it easier to save to OneNote.
Second, now users can choose the notebook to save to, and the section that the clipping goto. This is in the new Clipper, and makes sense for saving personal and business items. All the user has to do, is click the drop-down menu under Location, and they can expand the section to save the web clipping to from now on.
Greater Intelligence & Region Clipping
Third, the OneNote Clipper now has more intellgence built into the app. The new Clipper is able to detect the site that has the item, and then the user can clip Article, Recipe, or Product on the right side of the Clipper. Then press Clip, and its saved. This will help organize the items that go into OneNote.
Lastly, the OneNote Clipper has built in region clipping into the Chrome Extension. Users can just select Region mode, and they can click to drag the area of the screen to clip. This will make it easier to capture portions of a web page, a confirmation page, or anything else from the web.
The new OneNote Clipper is available now, and should be downloaded. It has a lot of new features and is a great new tool from Microsoft.