The Yumprint Extension is the easiest way to save any recipe from any website with just a couple of clicks. To get started, go here, grab the extension, watch the 25 second video and save your first recipe.
After you've done that, keep reading to understand the more advanced features of the Yumprint extension:
- Changing the picture
- Multiple recipes on the same page
- Fixing things the extension missed
- Combining recipes
- Hiding the extension
Changing the picture
Having the right picture is really important for your cookbook. If the extension grabs the wrong one, changing it is easy.
|1. Click the picture|
|2a. Choose the correct picture|
|2b. If you don't like any of the options, choose the blank picture (we'll display a watermark of the Yumprint logo instead)|
Multiple recipes on the same page
The extension handles multiple recipes on the same page without a problem.
|1. Click the arrows at the bottom to move between recipes on the same page.|
Fixing things it missed
Occasionally the extension will miss things in a recipe. It's best to always check.
|2. Click the box(es) on the extension that have the mistakes.|
|3. Correct the mistakes.|
Sometimes you may want to combine two recipes on the same page into the same recipe (the waffles recipe and the syrup recipe) or sometimes the extension may think one recipe is actually two recipes. In any case, combining them takes just a single click.
|1. The extension places a gray box and green button over the other recipes on the page. Just click the green button to add that recipe to the one you're currently viewing.|
|2. Now the two recipes will be saved as one. (You may have noticed that it missed two ingredients, we added them in before we snapped the picture)|
Hiding the extension
On small screens, the extension can sometimes get in the way if you need to copy and paste something into the recipe. In that case, just minimize it while you copy and paste.
|1. Just click this button to minimize the extension.|
|2. It will fold up nicely like this.|