Select an active Library:
Select a Library or Libraries:
Choose an Active Comment Group:
  • Change the dates to get a subset of your feedback.
  • Choose from the All Feedback dropdown to cycle through including/excluding Free Form comments.
  • Flip the Add toggle to Yes to add Free Form comments to a Library/Group for easy reuse. You can give each selected comment its own label and even tweak the language to save for posterity.
  • If you're using Canvas SpeedGrader, Google Docs, or Microsoft Word you can choose from the Recipient drop down to filter by the owner of the document you commented on.
  • You'll see 50 comments at a time; page forward to scroll through your entire history. More search options coming!
  • Forever-Free users can access their last seven (7) days of feedback. Although, as you use Annotate PRO, your feedback is captured so whenever you do license our software you'll gain immediate access to your vast history!
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Click on Groups to see their underlying individual Comments. Click on Other pie pieces to drill down. Click the orange Drill Up buttons to return to summary data. Click View Tabular Data to sort, filter, and download your data.


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Hey there! If you or your school licenses AP you'll see a chronological list of all the feedback you've created right here...
You can filter by recipient/student, by date, drill down into aggregate data (pie charts OR data tables).

Imagine student conferences or writing recommendation letters or determining final grades with a complete history at your finger tips...


Page:
Date Comment

Groups:

  • You authored any bolded Groups.
  • Click a Group to view its Comments.
  • Click to change a name or make active/inactive.
  • Drag to reorder Groups you authored.
  • Gray text means Group is inactive.

Comments in Group:

Click a Group (to the left) to get started. Your changes will be saved automatically.

Formatting in AP is context-specific. You can add bolding, underlining, bullets etc. but they will only appear if the destination location supports such formatting. Microsoft Word, Canvas SpeedGrader, and Google Docs comments support varying levels of formatting. Click here to learn more.