Evernote Use #15- Read, Annotate, Save, & Share Ad-Free Articles with Clearly #50EduEvernote

Posted by Jordan Collier on February 3, 2014 in Evernote |

Over the next few weeks, I will be posting 50 different ways school administrators and educators can use Evernote to be more organized and more effective. I’ll be using #50EduEvernote on Twitter to further this discussion and share ideas. If you’d like, click here to follow me on Twitter.

Evernote Use #15- Read Online Easier with Evernote Clearly

There are many great apps and extensions that work with Evernote, and one of my favorites is Evernote Clearly for several reasons:

1. It makes reading online easier and clutter-free.

2. It’s simple to clip and save articles to Evernote.

3. It love being able to annotate an article while I read it.

4. It’s a great way to share an article without any ads.

5. When reading an article, I can also see my related Evernote notes.

Evernote Clearly Features

Evernote Clearly Features

Here’s how it works.

Once you’ve downloaded the extension, you’ll see a reading lamp in your toolbar. When you come across an article you’d like to read, click the reading lamp and put Evernote Clearly into action. We’ll use the article “Are your students engaged? Don’t be so sure” as an example.

Online Article with ads

Online Article with ads

To eliminate the ads and have the ability to annotate and clip to Evernote, click the Evernote Clearly lamp icon in the toolbar.

Reading an article with Evernote Clearly

Reading an article with Evernote Clearly

After reading and annotating the article, clip it to Evernote. You can set a destination notebook for clipped articles (mine is called “Articles”) and tag the article depending on the content.

Article clipped to Evernote with Annotations (Evernote for Mac)

Article clipped to Evernote with Annotations (Evernote for Mac)

Once the article is clipped to Evernote, it is searchable, ad-free, and ready to share with others or keep for future reference. You can also add commentary and other notes.

When sharing an article with students and colleagues, rather than giving them the original article’s URL, I prefer to clip the article to Evernote and share it using the Evernote note’s URL. Doing so eliminates all of the ads and side links and provides fewer reading distractions.

Evernote Clearly is the way to go for online reading. Check it out!






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