Search for hamsterbase in obsiidan’s plugin store and install it to save all hamsterbase page annotations to obsidian.
“Hamsterbase” is a local-first read-later tool that prioritizes saving snapshots of web pages and annotating them. Similar to Obsidian, all data is stored locally, and no registration is required. You can download it from https://hamsterbase.com/.
Moreover, Hamsterbase provides a web annotation plugin that allows you to annotate web pages directly in your browser and automatically save snapshots after annotation. You can find the plugin at GitHub - hamsterbase/hamsterbase-highlighter: highlighter for notion, hamsterbase.