Grabbing content automatically
Grabbing the content automatically means that you don't have to worry about selecting the text by yourself in the page. GrabMyBooks can try and detect the main article of a page. Of course sometimes the detection won't be perfect due to how the web site being visited is built. In the case where the automatic detection hasn't worked you can still grab the content manually. Another (more technical) option would be to configure a detection rule for that website.
Grabbing the content of the current page
Whenever there is a web page of which you would like to grab the content, you can click wherever with the right button and the context menu pops. Click on the Grab this page and a new article containing the main content of the page is added to your book.
Grabbing the content of a link
Whenever there is a link of which you would like to grab the content, you can right click on it and the context menu pops. Click on the Grab link and a new article containing the main article of the link is added to your book.
Grabbing the content of the opened tabs
To grab the opened tabs, open the menu (by clicking on the GrabMyBooks button in the tools menu) and click on the Grab tabs item.
Express grab of the current page
To express grab the current page, open the menu (by clicking on the GrabMyBooks button in the tools menu) and click on the Express page grab item.
The content is offered directly into a epub/mobi file.
After an article has been grabbed, a notification appears.
It shows you the article which has just been added to your book. If you notice that the automatic detection hasn't worked has you expected you can delete the article clicking on the delete button.
The edit button will take you to the book editor showing you the added article in edit mode.
The my book button will take you to the book editor.
The close button will hide the notification. It can also be hidden via clicking elsewhere in the browser.