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The Sentieo Web Clipper allows for easy storage of any articles or PDF’s you come across while browsing the web. If you don’t have time to read an article at the time, simply click on the Sentieo icon to store it within your Sentieo Notebook and easily access the article from any device. You can then add highlights and annotations to all your clipped articles as well.

Please click here to download the Sentieo Web Clipper extension for your Google Chrome browser.

Using the Sentieo Desktop Web Clipper

Once installed, you will see the Sentieo icon in the top right toolbar. When you find a web page or PDF you would like to save to your Notebook, simply click the Sentieo Web Clipper button on your Chrome menu bar.


From within the Web Clipper itself, you can:

  • Modify the title
  • Add tickers and tags
  • Add a comment
  • Mark the clipping as important with a Star
  • Share your clipping with teammates


You will get a notification within Sentieo as soon as an article is clipped and the main content of the article will instantly save to your Notebook as a new note.


As an example, let’s say you’ve come across an interesting article about wage inflation. Simply click on Sentieo Web Clipper button to save this article in your Sentieo Notebook. As soon as you click on the icon, it will ask for the email you used to register with Sentieo.

(If you are already logged in, it will not ask for your login credentials)

After you input the appropriate email address, the article will save to your Sentieo Notebook. You will see the following message mentioned in the screenshot, and can also share it with your team and add comments.

Accessing the clipped content

Open the Notebook and click on Web Clipped section to filter your notes for previously clipped articles.

Further analysis of your web content can be done by highlighting, annotating, adding labels, and sharing the article with team members.

Updated on August 8, 2017

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