Keep on top of your reading, notes and citations.
RevNote helps simplify your research process and improve productivity by simplifying the management of sources, annotations and citations. Clicking the extension icon whilst viewing a web article or PDF will store the document to your RevNote account and automatically capture all available reference information. You can then generate citations in APA, MLA, Chicago, Harvard, Vancouver and other major referencing styles. When you annotate your saved web articles and PDFs, you can categorize your notes with thematic labels. This allows you to group your findings together based on specific concepts or research questions which can then be bulk exported to your writing editor. CLIP ANY ARTICLE OR PDF - Clip any web article or PDF - Save to a specific project or multiple projects - Edit reference information even after clipping HIGHLIGHT AND ORGANIZE - Annotate web pages and PDFs - Categorize by theme using labels - Add comments for clarity GENERATE CITATIONS - APA, MLA, Chicago, Harvard, Vancouver and more.... - Export citations to clipboard RevNote is used by students and researchers from top universities. Also, writers, journalists and businesses are benefiting from RevNote’s simple-but-powerful workflow. RevNote is simple and FREE to get started. -- Our Social Mission -- We want the success of RevNote to make as large an impact as possible in the area of research and education. So, therefore we are determined to help improve the quality and availability of education for children and young adults all over the world. Our current commitment is to share 50% of profits with suitable charities that share this vision. -- A Brief Note about Privacy -- When you install the extension, Chrome will inform you that the extension may access all your data. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? - The RevNote Highlighter has web clipper and annotation features. These features need the privilege to access your pages. We NEVER collect any of your data unless you choose to clip an article or upload a PDF to RevNote. We just want to provide the best possible service to you.
- (2020-01-16) Tejas Chauhan: Searched a lot.. finally find a perfect one..
- (2019-11-07) DaneJC: Absolutely brilliant tool for compiling resource material in a central location. Convenient and easy to use. Brilliant for college work, a tool I will be sharing with others for sure. Not sure why the user count is so low.
- (2019-10-28) Gersivan Oliveira: Versão 3.9.21 Alguns erros de interface (que "ocultam" o botão "save" dos comentários) Excesso de espaço em branco entre as notas (na listagem de busca) Sem backup ou exportação; Não busca na mesma aba;
- (2019-10-26) TaperHalo 8: Quite new to researching in this way and have tried a number of these extensions. This is by far the most accessible and user friendly by far. I’m still exploring its potential as there is so much to explore with this tool. Couldn't recommend this more and will be doing so to my fellow academics!
- (2019-10-17) Ben Darrington: I have been using RevNote to help organise my reading and writing projects and it has been really useful. The ability to export annotations has also helped. I also like the new citation feature!
- (2019-10-16) Steven Glasper: I found RevNote whilst looking for a browser tool that allowed me to save specific webpages and PDFs. But I hadn’t realised how transformational extra features such as highlighting would be, as the existing highlighting tool in Acrobat was pretty painful (losing track of what PDFs had been highlighted was a major issue). RevNote solved this by allowing me to access my highlights independently from the original document and allowing me to group my highlights by category, which I have to say is a real game-changer for me. For example, I create categories such as ‘Positive Effect’ and ‘Negative Effect’ when weighing up two sides to an issue; with RevNote there’s no need to back track through the articles, I go directly to the category to review the collated highlights. Awesome stuff!
- (2019-07-03) Karen Tang: I've been searching for a tool like this for years, it easily organizes all the important bits of information you read, which is an immense task. Helps me formulate research conclusions, THANK YOU
- (2018-05-11) Tim Rose: Love this tool. I am always changing my mind about where I want to place my clippings. It is so easy to change which project I have placed a clipping in and I can also store a clipping in several different projects. Well worth it if you do a lot of research on the web. Nice! : )
- (2018-05-11) Chris Simmons: I found this App while conducting extensive online research. I have found this extension perfect for me so I am giving it 5 stars and have recommended it to colleagues. I'm keen to know when the PDF highlighter will be up and running?
- (2018-05-08) Emma Roberts: This is not the first tool to try and do something like this. I have played around with many citation reference tools and several tools designed for writers and they have all seemed to work differently to this. What I like about Insiite is that although it seems a little overly simple at first, it clearly wants to set itself apart by helping you collate and organize your annotations in a way that you cannot really do with other tools. If you’re anything like me and read far too many articles each time you are researching something, then you will like the ability to label your annotations as you make them. This is a simple but great tool.
- (2018-04-13) kyaw tun sein: YEAH!!! THIS IS A REALLY COOL EXTENSION! It is not perfect but I LIKE the way that this is heading. VERY INTERESTED to see how Insiite develops.
- (2018-04-13) François Fournier: This would be worth 5 stars but I want to give it room to get even better! The interface is cool and straightforward to use. The main thing I am missing for now is the ability to save the full web page. I have spoken with the awesome people behind Insiite and they are working on it. I am really looking forward to that.
- (2018-04-11) Joanna Wharton: As a scientist, I tend to use PDFs for most of my research, but do occasionally use online articles for background reading. I cannot fault the design of the clipper, or how user friendly it is on web pages, but I would love to be able to use this tool with PDFs. I am hoping my very positive review speeds up the development of the PDF reader, as that would make this clipper a priceless tool for very time-pressured researchers.
- (2018-04-10) James Kerr: Works for most use-cases that I come across.
- (2018-04-10) Julie Storr: It is easy to use and a great design. I can't take a screenshot or review PDFs, which are functions I would like from a web clipper. I would definitely award 5 stars if these became available.
- (2018-03-25) Simon Bulmer: Very cool. Got some serious control over the highlights that I make. Also, the label feature for organising highlights is really neat. It is so so easy to get organised. I can't wait for them to finish some of the other cool features they’re talking about.
- (2018-03-24) Ellie Fordham: Really happy with the way that Insiite lets me save articles that I find on the web into more than one project. Often the stuff I come across has relevance beyond the project that I'm working on, so most of the time I'll store the article in both my current project folder and the relevant folder of my knowledge base.
- (2017-10-27) Andy Roddam: Clips all the pages I came across brilliantly. I really like being able to highlight directly in the browser.
- (2019-04-29, v:3.6.4) TOP RANKING: don't want that the labels window appear in each selection of a note, it is ennoying
don't want that the labels window appear in each selection of a note, it is ennoying however, the app is genius, but this detail discourage me to continue with the app is there a solution thank you
- (2019-01-15, v:3.2.6) John Klein: multiple computers
Will this extension save to a cloud so that I can see the highlights on multiple computers and android?