Like Linda, I have obtained great benefit from the fact that Evidentia DOES make me slow down to enter all my information. I am in the process of a complete do-over, so I am also entering EVERY piece of information as I go. It is tedious, but in this painfully slow process I have discovered several things I missed by taking the "auto-fill" route. (Petty things like finally being able to prove the parent-child relationship of my 3rd great grandparents and my 2nd great grandmother).
For me, this is one of the major selling points for Evidentia. The fact that it makes you go through each source with a fine-toothed comb and enter every single piece of information is THE ENTIRE POINT OF THE SOFTWARE. Asking for ready-made claims that you can accept or reject is pure laziness. If you're looking for software that is going to do the work for you, keep using Ancestry and its shaky leaves. If you REALLY want to hear what your sources have to say, and be able to reach sound conclusions for your research, use Evidentia for the analysis tool it was meant to be.
As for cutting/pasting web addresses to get your citation info, try easybib.com
- they will do it for you. But again, knowing how to craft a proper source citation is a critical part of the analysis of your information. Eventually, all these shortcuts you asked for will show in your final product and then you'll just end up with other researchers questioning whether your conclusions are reliable.
Basically, you are asking for more than the software is intended to do. It is intended to be a tool used to simplify the analysis of your information in order to reach a sound written conclusion per the GPS. Anything else makes it just another genealogy database program.