This extension simplifies the collection of content from several websites.
***Check out our companion extension, too: HelloProfiles*** Easily clip and prepare text-based research for your podcast episodes, blog posts, research papers, articles, anything. BIG UPDATE: Numerous enhancements to the latest version of HelloClips!* And still, 100% free with 100% privacy — no other app or account required. 1. Name your clip. 2. Clip a nearly unlimited number before pasting into your app of choice. 3. Work across numerous tabs in Google Chrome (or the Brave browser, if you like). 4. Export your clips as a .csv file instead of pasting them. After installing, please restart Chrome. If you spend any amount of time clipping online research in text form, but want the freedom of using whatever note app you like, HelloClips is a perfect companion. See a quote by upcoming guest for a podcast episode that you want to ask him or her about? Or info about their background that you want to clip along with the URL where you found it, but you don't need the full article? This is how HelloClips helps. 100% secure: We don't capture any information about you or what you clip, whatsoever. Here's how it works. To start using, you simply highlight the text you want on any page, right-click and select HelloClips from the pop-up context menu that appears or click the Chrome extension icon in the top right corner of your browser, then name your clip, and three things are copied (your highlighted text, the URL of the page you're on, and the page title) automatically. You can deselect any of these three that you want to capture. You then continue clipping text research from one website to another. When you're done, simply type Ctrl-V (PC) or Command-V (Mac) to paste into you research app or tool of choice — such as our own HelloCast.com (now featuring a free account option). Or, tap the download button at the bottom of the screen when clipping your last item of research and download your content as a .csv file to drop into Google Sheets or import into a database tool like Airtable. That's it. Faster research, encouraging you to do more to prepare your podcast episodes. *New screenshots coming soon.
- (2019-07-03) Mathew Passy: This is one of the simplest, and yet most useful extensions I have found on Chrome to date. I clip a lot of information and this will cut down on my workload by 2/3rds. Love it. Can't say enough great stuff about it.
- (2019-07-02) Eric Hunley: Nice, simple straightforward tool for easily copying Web content. I appreciate that it doesn't try to do too much.