Accessing the Editor

There are three ways to reach the editing experience…depending on which AP solution you’re using:

Annotate Chrome Extension

  1. Click the green A icon in your Chrome toolbar
  2. Log in to AP (if necessary)
  3. Click Edit in the menu
  4. Choose “Edit Active Comments” or “Edit All Libraries”

Annotate Word Add-in 

  1. Click the Annotate ribbon
  2. Log in to AP (if necessary)
  3. Click Edit in the menu
  4. Choose “Edit Active Comments” or “Edit All Libraries”

Annotate Web Editor

  1. Visit the AP Library page with your favorite browser
  2. Log in to AP (if necessary)
  3. Click Edit in the menu
  4. Choose Libraries or Selected Comments

Once you are in the editing environment you will see the following choices in the Edit menu:

  • Libraries – for serious editing!
    • Choose one Library at a time and see its Groups on the left and the Comments contained in any one Group displayed on the right. Change the name of the Library along with sharing and editing permissions. You can choose any active Libraries to edit. You can sort Groups and Comments within Groups if you are their author. You can create new Groups and Comments within Groups. You can make Groups and Comments inactive to hide them from use.
  • Selected Comments: for quick editing of your currently selected Comments
    • This view shows you Libraries that are selected for use and lists their Groups. Choose a Group to edit the Comments within it. Sort Comments, create new Comments, change their active/inactive status.
  • Add/Remove Libraries
    • View all Available Libraries, including ones shared with you by colleagues (for institutional clients) and Libraries available from 11trees for licensing. Change the status of a Library from Available to Active. Active Libraries show up in your Word and Chrome apps so you can use them to create feedback.