# QOwnNotes Web Companion browser extension


Visit the Chrome Web Store (opens new window) or the Firefox Add-ons page (opens new window) to install the QOwnNotes Web Companion browser extension (opens new window).

You can also find the extension on GitHub (opens new window).

# Web clipper

Right-click on a webpage or selected text to use the web-clipper functionality. There you can also create a new note with a screenshot of the current webpage.


The web clipper is also scriptable! Take a look at the websocketRawDataHook if you want to control what you clip from webpages.

# Bookmarks

By default the browser extension will show all links of the current note in a popup when you click the QOwnNotes icon in your browser. These links will get a tag current.

You can also manage your bookmarks in notes with the note tag bookmarks (changeable in the settings). These links can also have tags and a description that will be shown in the browser extension.

New bookmarks are stored in a note called Bookmarks (also changeable in the settings).


You can also import your browser bookmarks into QOwnNotes with the web companion browser extension!

- [Webpage name](https://www.example.com)
- [Webpage name](https://www.example.com) #tag1 #tag2
- [Webpage name](https://www.example.com) some description only
- [Webpage name](https://www.example.com) #tag1 #tag2 some description and tags
* [Webpage name](https://www.example.com) the alternative list character also works

You are able to search for name, url tags or description in the browser extension.