How to Install and Use the Web Clipper

by Team FIBRES | Apr 21, 2021

When you find an interesting web article that you'd like to include in your foresight work, you can use the Web Clipper to bring a full copy of the article onto your FIBRES Account.


What is the Web Clipper?

The Web Clipper scrapes the title, text, and article image, along with some additional metadata, from any web article you are currently reading on your browser. All this gets saved into FIBRES for your further processing and sense-making.

Once the article is saved into FIBRES, you can edit the text, link the article with your other content, and assess and categorize the article according to the criteria your FIBRES Account has been configured with.


How to install the Web Clipper

  1. Make sure the bookmarks or favorites bar is visible in your browser.
  2. Navigate to the top right corner of FIBRES, and click the gearbox icon to open the settings menu.
  3. Drag and drop the Add to FIBRES  button to your bookmarks bar.
  4. ✅ The FIBRES web clipper is now installed and ready to use.

Not seeing the bookmarks bar?

Here's how to get your bookmarks bar visible on different browsers:


View → Always Show Bookmark Bar


View → Show Favourites Bar


View → Toolbars → Bookmarks Toolbar → Always Show

New Edge

View → Always show Favourites Bar


How to use the Web Clipper

  1. Open any news article in the open web on your browser - try first with your favorite news site!
  2. Click the Add to FIBRES bookmark.
  3. ✅ The news article gets saved as an editable FIBRES Article marked as a Signal in your FIBRES Account

See other ways to add content into FIBRES → 


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