Introducing RefME WebClipper, Making Online Referencing Even Easier.

We’re excited to announce our newest feature, the RefME WebClipper. This new add-on to Google Chrome lets you reference web pages directly from your browser, making referencing online resources even easier. You can also: Reference in one-click – Create references for articles, journals, videos, social media sites (and more), directly from your browser, making referencing online resources even easier.

You can also:

  • Reference in one-click – Create references for articles, journals, videos, social media sites (and more), directly from your browser.
  • Annotate as you go – Make notes to call out the important sections of the article, so you can remember why you referenced a source.
  • Highlight the important quotes – Create quotes directly from the web page by highlighting the important sections; your highlighted text will automatically create a note within the RefME WebClipper.

Here’s a preview:

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ADD THE REFME WEBCLIPPER TO YOUR GOOGLE CHROME BROWSER.

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USE THE HIGHLIGHTER TO CREATE QUOTES AUTOMATICALLY.

To start using the RefME WebClipper, visit the Chrome web store and install the extension onto your Google Chrome browser. All the references you create will be saved to the RefME.com web platform and mobile app so you can access them at any time on any device.

We’re super excited about WebClipper, and we hope you enjoy using it. If you have any questions or feedback please do send us a note by emailing hello@refme.com.

Happy referencing!

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