Welcome to Annotate PRO, your own personal library of comments you can search, edit, and quickly add to web pages and Word documents using our Annotate PRO add-ins for Microsoft Office and Chrome.

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Annotate PRO is free until June 30, 2017. Visit our Pricing page for details on licensing Annotate for yourself or your school beyond June 2017.

Edit your Annotate PRO Comment Library!
This webpage is for Editing your library only; Use our Google Chrome and/or Microsoft Word 2016 Apps to actually use your library to quickly give detailed feedback on Word documents, Google Docs, and other webpages.
  • If you make changes to your library here, make sure you Reload/Refresh your Annotate PRO App.
  • Notice that you can edit in List view OR Table view.
  • Choose a Comment Group to get started.

The Custom Label and Custom Comment columns are editable.

Make the changes you want, then click Update Comment Library.

Attention Windows and Internet Explorer 11 Users
Windows users will want to open their Annotate PRO library in a different browser than Internet Explorer 11 (the default for Microsoft Word 2016 running on Windows). Microsoft has a known bug that will stop you from editing your library in Table mode on IE11. Please copy this link and use a modern, non-Microsoft browser (Chrome, Firefox, Opera) to edit your library: https://www.11trees.com/annotate/library/annotateLibrary.html. We'll be working on a fix for all you poor Windows users..., )
Default Label Default Comment Custom Label Custom Comment Default/Favorite

The Custom Label and Custom Comment areas are editable.

You can collapse/open each Comment by clicking its title

Make the changes you want, then click Update Comment Library at the bottom of the specific Comment you're working on.

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