Speed Tricks: Annotate PRO for Google Docs
If you’re an Annotate fan, or even just kicking the tires, you care about giving rich, personalized feedback fast.
So here are three hacks to help you go even faster:
- Insert comments into a Google Doc with ALT-CMD-M (Mac) or ALT-CTRL-M (PC).
- Just highlight some text, or place the cursor where you want, and pop in a new comment bubble with this handy Google keyboard shortcuts.
- Pop open Annotate PRO with ALT-A. You’ll be able to start typing in the Annotate search box or can scroll down to get to Favorites.
- After choosing an Annotate comment from search, hit Escape (to close the Annotate Popup), then hit Space, then Tab, then Space to add the comment.
- Adding the space changes Google Docs’ understanding of the subsequent Tab command, and makes it possible to move focus to the Comment button, which will add your comment to the document.
- An added benefit is that clicking Space makes the comment area grow, so you can see the entire comment and quickly edit to personalize further.