The best web clipper in existence!

Just popping in to say the web clipper is amazing.

It actually picks up most/all of the formatting—far more than Evernote!

I've tried every clipper out there. This one is the absolute best to date.

When / how did this happen?


I do agree - and there's hardly any other webclipper which offers half a dozen of different options (although one of them is still in beta and has been for a long time). But what about webclipping on mobile? Sharing a website to the Joplin app only hands over the URL, and you have to enter a meaningful name for the note title manually.

Which of the (desktop only) options do you folks use most often? I used to pick "simplified page" in the early days of my Joplin usage, but I'm rather put off by the myriad of additional resources it creates (mostly tiny images). Somewhere else in this forum there is a discussion going on about clipping simplified pages with the exception of images or to get rid of them after capturing.

As I browse the web on mobile devices more and more often, I've decided to drop "simplified" or "complete" altogether, and now I tend to choose "clip URL" even on desktop (letting go of search capabilites and risking that URLs are prone to change or vanish altogether). Is it worth risking the overhead of many, many, tiny files populating cloud storage (and taking quite some time to sync on various devices) in order to get the full benefit of storing webpages offline?