Unfortunately, Airstory's Researcher won't clip G.Doc content as Google prevents any other platform from injecting code into it - this is the same reason Grammarly doesn't work in Google Docs. 

As a workaround, you can use the keyboard shortcut to copy and paste (Mac: Cmnd+c (copy); Cmnd+v (paste); Windows: Cntrl+c; Cntrl+v) your snippets into an empty note card that appears after you open the Researcher, click Start Highlight --> Done. You can then proceed with tagging and saving the note card to the desired project.

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