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Annotary is bookmarking evolved. It's the easiest way to remember what you read and research online and share it with colleagues. Using our bookmarkin... Learn More


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Pricing Starting From

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Annotary

File Sharing

Free Plan

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Myflare

Document Management

Free Plan

Available Features

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Annotary

File Sharing

Up to 40 users + $4 per additional user

Highlight & Annotate Web Pages

Save & Organize Bookmarks

Share Highlighted Pages

View Highlights and Annotations from Others

Organize Resources for Future Reference

Create Groups to Collaborate with Colleagues

Follow Others to Discover New Content

Search Bookmarks and Collections from Others

Share Bookmarks Publicly or Keep Them Private

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Document Management

Storage: 1 TB

Mobile Access

Streaming Media

Auto Upload

Photo Gallery

Secure

Document Viewing

Device Management

Community

Simple Sharing

Free Trial Availability

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Most Favorable User Review

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User review from
9
Luca Campanelli
Mar 8, 2016

Annotary is a convenient browser extension and has simple functions but really useful, allows you to highlight and annotate web pages and allows you to share your notes. One of the major uses of this extension can be safely sharing notes among colleagues or between students and university.

Pros :

  • If you want to use it will need to go to the Store and download Annotary extension (for Chrome or Firefox).
  • Once installed you will have in your toolbar an icon with the letter A yellow highlight. Once clicking on the icon, you will see a toolbar, will be immediately filled out the Page Title field based on the metadata of the page, of course, can be changed, then you have available the frame of the notes which also supports the use of tags.
  • After you save the page, then you can start studying the page of your interest, and you will begin to point out (after clicking on the marker shaped button ) highlighting each part of the text of interest, after each underscore you can enter your memo about some area you have just highlighted.
  • After finishing your work, you can choose to send and share your work with a colleague, friend or student.
  • The share options are different, you can share your work through the major social networks (like Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google Plus ...) and you can also send an e-mail.
  • You also have available also the option to use the link that Annotary assigns as a unique link to your work, you can then share the link where ever you want.
  • The convenience of this sharing feature is to allow a user who receives your work to display and interact with your work directly on the page that you have used.

Cons :

  • Nothing to say, easy to use and also free.

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Document Management

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Most Favorable Critic Review

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75
Michael Murphy , R-Tools Technology Reviews

Wednesday 20 March 2013

The Annotary tool downloads seamlessly and quickly without causing any kind of system slowdown. If you look at a lot of websites, bookmark a lot of pages, and need a better way to keep track of important sentences, Annotary is worth a download.

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Document Management
60
Toni McQuilken , Android Tapp

Friday 25 November 2011

I’m a bit mixed on this app. On the one hand, it really does what it says, and alerts everyone with messages they can’t ignore, along with information like GPS coordinates and optional short video clips of what your phone is seeing, that could save a person’s life. On the other hand, test mode is a bit of a misnomer, and it is very easy to send out emergency messages by accident, which doesn’t do anyone any good. Add in the weird double-app-drawer bug, and this is something I’d say would be good to watch, but it needs a bit of polishing before it becomes something I would want to have on my device, on a child’s device, full time.

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Demo Video

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Document Management

Screenshots

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Typical Customer

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Annotary

File Sharing
  • Business
  • Personal Use
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Myflare

Document Management
  • Business
  • Personal Use

Supported Devices

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Supported Languages

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File Sharing
  • English
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Myflare

Document Management
  • English

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