4 Replies Latest reply on Oct 11, 2012 3:51 AM by NookGardener

    Evernote For Nook Tablet Question

      I've downloaded Evernote and cannot find the method of storing a website address to a note.  There is no Evernote icon on the web bar and no choice to save in the Options list.  Can anyone help?  Thanks.

        • Re: Evernote For Nook Tablet Question
          orb9220

          There are two ways to save Web pages with Evernote.

          Add a link to a note if you want to be able to open the entire website, or clip relevant parts of the Web page to save in an Evernote notebook. Web Clipper extensions are available for all major browsers.

           

          On my desktop have Evernote and Web clipper extension installed on firefox for Evernote. Then can clip parts or whole page to evernote.That I have installed on my PC that way everything I browse from PC to Nook Color is synced.

           

          Sorry haven't done it from Evernote itself on nook color. But would think copy address link in browser then switch to Evernote and creat new note and paste link into note.

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          • Re: Evernote For Nook Tablet Question
            Are you reffering to the note on the Nook or desktop?
              • Re: Evernote For Nook Tablet Question

                Allways_Seeking wrote:
                Are you reffering to the note on the Nook or desktop?

                If you're asking me, I was referring to the note on the tablet (my tablet isn't a Nook; I'm assuming it works the same).

                 

                The desktop version of Evernote does see URLs pasted in the tablet version as active. But apparently a URL pasted or typed into the desktop version is just inactive text. However, if you then sync from the tablet, edit and re-save the note, it will become active. Strange behavior.

              • Re: Evernote For Nook Tablet Question
                NookGardener

                kkDW wrote:

                I've downloaded Evernote and cannot find the method of storing a website address to a note.  There is no Evernote icon on the web bar and no choice to save in the Options list.  Can anyone help?  Thanks.


                I interpreted your question differently than the others.  What I see you asking is this:

                 

                If you are using your nook and are "in" a webpage, you want to send the url to a new note on Evernote.  Is that correct?

                 

                If so, use the Dolphin browser instead of the stock browser.  When you are in a webpage using dolphin, at the bottom of the right hand side of the page is an icon -- a circle with 3 lines through it.  Select the icon, then select "More", and then "Share Page."  You can email it to yourself, or if you have evernote installed on your nook, create a note directly in evernote.

                 

                Hope this helps.