You can save content from the internet into a OneNote class notebook easily, using the OneNote Web Clipper for the Chrome browser. This tool allows you to easily save a webpage you are on by saving the whole page, cropping a section, or saving it as a lin
- [Instructor] The OneNote Web Clipper is a great tool for quickly adding Internet resources including web pages and articles into a class notebook. Now the OneNote Web Clipper is a Chrome extension that we can add. Right now I'm using the Chrome browser which is important because this is an extension for the Chrome browser. I'm going to search here for the OneNote Web Clipper. I'll Google search that and you'll get this page that's called OneNote Web Clipper Installation or you can go to OneNote.com/clipper and now on the Microsoft page here, I'm going to get the OneNote Web Clipper for Chrome.
So I'll put Get OneNote Web Clipper for Chrome and then up here I'm going to add extension. Now if I click on the icon of the three dots in the upper right, I'll notice that here, I have the Web Clipper, it looks like the OneNote symbol. This is the Web Clipper, so I now have this extension available in Chrome. I have my extensions hidden. Normally if I didn't, you would see those right here and you could easily be able to just click on it. So now let's take a look at an article or something that we want to clip. So I'm going to go back to that article that was on genetically modified mosquitoes and what I can do is if I want to save this directly into one of my notebooks, I can go up here, click on that Web Clipper and it will bring up a dialog box.
First it's going to have us sign in with our Microsoft account or work or school account. In this case, I want to have work or school because I want to add it to my page. Now, once you've signed in, this is actually the pop-up that will come up. It will ask you if you want the full page, if you want a region, if you want an article or if you just want this saved as a bookmark. So if I did bookmark, I would get this saved right into the notebook. If I click article, it'll give me that whole article. If I want region, I can do that and here I can select a specific area.
So if for some reason I just wanted that, then I could select it. Now, up above that it's neat because it'll give the title and I can change that here, but I can also click here to add a note to that. So in this case, I'm actually going to close that out because I want to add the whole article. I'll click on it again, then I'm going to click on article, and I will keep that title and I will put clip, but first I can decide the location I want it to be. So in other words, I can select my Biology 101 notebook, I can select the content library, and then I can put it into the area I want.
In this case I would like it into the genetics page. So I'll put clip and that will now clip that article and insert it into OneNote. So if I go to view in OneNote, you'll notice that that article is placed here. Looks a little bit weird because we have that title up top and we have to drag it down. So it doesn't look the best, but I can adjust that a little bit just so that it looks a little bit better. It also gives me that link here to give the site that it was actually clipped from. So I suggest checking out this feature as it's a great way to quickly add content from the Internet into your notebooks.
- Using OneNote
- Adding Class Notebooks
- Creating a new notebook
- Adding and removing students and teachers
- Managing notebooks
- Adding content
- Using the Web Clipper extension
- Creating content
- Using the collaboration space
- Syncing notebooks to the OneNote desktop app
- Adding, viewing, and grading assignments