- Keep it simple: Make sure you're outlining just the area of the page that you need, and keep your text clear, concise, and directly related to highlighted area.
- Offset your notes: If you want to keep everyone's notes about one area visible at the same time, just offset where you place your note. Then you can scroll over everyone's notes really easily. It's actually kind of fun!
- Hide some notes: If you and somebody else want to make notes in the exact same spot, you can hide one or more sets of notes while you're viewing the page. Just select or deselect which user's note you want to see.
- Use comments: If your feedback is a reply to somebody else's note, drop it in the comments right on their annotation. If it's more of a general remark on the whole page, put it in the comment stream below the page. Ask yourself a couple of questions before making that note: Will I need to edit it later? Does it need to display on the PDF? If it's a "No" to these questions, then go ahead and hit that "comment" button instead.
How does the new annotation functionality fit into your workflow? We'd love to hear from you! Reply here, or drop a line to Notable Support.