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For example, if the tweet is

The pros and cons of cloud hosting t.co/R1S9rcXW

I want ifttt to create a new note in Evernote with body as the page linked by the URL: t.co/R1S9rcXW, and NOT the URL itself.

Is this possible to do?

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I'd like to revive this question, as I am in exactly the same situation. Any new answers available? – Ash Apr 20 '12 at 16:06

Judging by the way your worded your question, you've already gone through IFTTT's process. Since there's no add-in for URL body, there's no way to capture it this way. You can see all the possible notes IFTTT can create in Evernote in its channel description.

However, it is theoretically possible to have auto-clipping of page body because that's a feature of Evernote Web Clipper. You can ping IFTTT team on Twitter with this suggestion - they are very responsive.

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My understanding is that the Evernote Web Clipper isn't automatic -- you have to actually load the webpage and click on the "clip" bookmarklet. I'd like a fully automatic solution, so that I can email a link to an account and have the PAGE ITSELF (not just the URL) archived in Evernote. – Ash Apr 20 '12 at 16:07

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