I've done a speal on webclippingThe Best Web Clipper for ObsidianLet's be real, most web clippers suck. They either give limited functionality for an application or don't provide enough functionality to be anything more than a web clipper. For me, I wanted a quick way to take connected notes from the web and sync it with Obsidian. However, I couldn't find anything that could do that for me. So I created something that did just that. A fully-fledged note-taking app that makes with bi-directional linking that fits nicely into the browser and syncs with Obsidian in the past, but some feedback has made me realize that simply copying the URL is not webclipping. For Fleeting Notes to truly become a web clipper, it needed a way to capture raw content from the web. Which is why I've added highlights into Fleeting Notes. With this feature, you can now easily capture highlights and the source URL directly into Fleeting Notes.
Additionally, I've gotten many requests from people to add a way to keep Fleeting Notes opened persistently. For many, note-taking and reading happens side-by-side. This is why I've also added a feature to open a persistent window for the Fleeting Notes app. This window can be resized to whatever fits your personal needs!
On a side note, you can follow this link to learn how to sync your fleeting notes to ObsidianHow to Sync Fleeting Notes with ObsidianFleeting Notes is a separate network of notes outside of Obsidian. The goal of this plugin sync both these networks of notes into one! Below are step-by-step instructions on how to do this.
Note: If you are using Android, consider using local file sync to keep your notes synced.
Installation / Setup
1. Before you begin, you'll need to create an account in the Fleeting Notes App. You can do this by navigating to the settings and registering.
Fleeting Notes authentication form
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For users of Fleeting Notes and non-users. I'd love to know if you didn't really need this or if you'll be using this ASAP!