If you are a Firefox user looking for a note taking tool to record what you find online, look no further – your search ends at Zoho Notebook. To take advantage of this tool you will need to have an account on Zoho.
Zoho Notebook is a Firefox addon that allows you to copy text from webpages and store them in your Zoho notepad. One you copy text on a website, you can add it to Zoho by right-clicking on it and selecting the Zoho option that comes in the menu. Alternatively you can use Zoho’s shortcut located at the bottom right of Firefox.
Resultantly a window pops up, again in the bottom right of Firefox; it asks you a book name to add the note to. You can even spread your notes over pages in this Zoho book.
Recorded entries then show up in your book with their URL included.
The button highlighted in the red rectangle in the image above, can be used to add notes yourself.
The text editor for notes includes options to choose bold, underlined, and italic text. Hyperlinks and bullets can also be added to text.
If at any time you feel the window is too small, you can simply resize it to suit your preferences.
Zoho Notebook is a brilliant Firefox addon which does an excellent job at what it is made for. Click here to get the addon.