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Google Docs and Annotate PRO

Annotate PRO’s goal is to help you create deeper, more impactful feedback for your students while saving you thousands of clicks (and time). Annotate PRO makes it easy...

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Canvas and Annotate PRO

Our goal is to help you save thousands of clicks by quickly adding reusable chunks of text to almost any website where you enter text. Annotate PRO works beautifully...

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Syntax: Active Causative Verbs

Causative verbs are used to show that someone/something causes a second someone/something to do an action. The most common causatives are make, have, let, get, and...

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Favorites in Annotate PRO

Favorites are comments that you’d like to have at your fingertips all the time. They appear in Annotate PRO’s core features as friendly blue buttons. If you...

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Logging in Annotate PRO

Logging is primarily a feature for Annotate PRO for Chrome users. Our Word 2016 logs your comments too, but only if you use the Free Form Comment feature. Since Word...

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The Feed

No, this isn’t a new daytime cooking show starring too likable but edgy celebrities…it’s your history of feedback to your students. What can you do...

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Annotate PRO vs. Kaizena

We’ve been getting a lot of questions about the differences between Annotate PRO and Kaizena given that both solutions saw a major upgrade over the last couple of...

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Annotate PRO Toolbars

Annotate PRO offers optional toolbars that make it even easier to create fantastic feedback in Google Docs, Canvas SpeedGrader, and Blackboard. All you need to do is...

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