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Go Double Wide in Annotate PRO!

Screens just keep getting bigger!

Educators love the Annotate PRO (AP) sidebar…and if a little bit of something is good, MORE must be better, right?

Well – in some areas.

AP’s Double Wide option, which is part of our paid feature set, makes it easy to expand the AP sidebar – so you can see more Favorites, more Groups and Sub-Groups and get a bigger view into Search.

You can easily toggle Double Wide on and off (just refresh the current page after each change).

Check out the AP Double Wide Sidebar with some of your favorite EDU solutions: Google DocsCanvas LMS, GmailMicrosoft Outlook (web) and Schoology. Click an image for a larger view.

You can turn Double Wide on and off from the main Settings menu.

  1. Click the ‘A’ in the Chrome toolbar
  2. Click the gear icon
  3. Click Settings
  4. Click Toolbars
  5. Check or un-check Double Wide

Refresh any open web pages that support the AP toolbars. Voila!

Click the image for a larger view.

Click the image for a larger view.

You can also flip Double Wide on and off from the quick settings menu in the AP Sidebar.

  1. Click the lightning bolt in the AP Sidebar
  2. Check or un-check 2X Wide Sidebar

Refresh any open web pages that support the AP toolbars. Voila!

Join the AP Beta Program!

To gain all the latest features to Annotate PRO (AP) please sign up for our free beta program.
Reminder: AP is free to all individual educators through December 31, 2020!

After signing up visit the AP Beta page for installation instructions and release notes (that is, what’s in the beta?).

Annotate PRO, an add-on for Google Chrome and Microsoft Word, allows me to streamline the [grading] process by creating an archive of comments that I can then drop right into student work or feedback sections. This enables me to easily add frequently used comments (such as the difference between summary and analysis, what constitutes common knowledge, and how to properly format a quotation) to student work regardless of the platform that I’m using...a huge timesaver that allows me to work through a stack of exams or papers (and even respond to emailed questions) surprisingly quickly and easily.

Brady Krien

Grad Hacker Columnist, Inside Higher Ed