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Annotary

Highlight the Web, Share Notes, Research Smarter


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Key Features of Annotary

  • 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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Screenshot #1 of Annotary (Easy sharable web view of bookmarks and annotations on annotary.com)
Screenshot #2 of Annotary (Share notes with others and find others who have annotated the same page.)
Screenshot #3 of Annotary (Highlight and take notes right on the page.)
Screenshot #4 of Annotary (Bookmark interesting pages into your collections)

Overview of Annotary

Annotary is bookmarking evolved. It's the easiest way to remember what you read and research online and share it with colleagues. Using our bookmarking and annotation tools, you can create an easily accessible repository of all your research for yourself and your organization.

Specifications

Intended Users: Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profits, Public Administrations, Small Business
Devices Supported: Web-based
Supported Countries: Asia, Australia, Canada, China, Europe, Germany, India, Japan, Latin America, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom, United States
Supported Languages: English
Support Options: FAQs, Forum, Online Support, Phone Support
Categories:· Academic Software · Asynchronous Learning Software · Social Networking Software · Document Management Software · Collaboration Tools Software · Web Collaboration Software · Research and Analyst Software · Online Community Software

Annotary Pricing

Starting from: $5.00/month
Pricing model: Freemium, Subscription
Free Trial: Available

The free account serves individuals. Company / organization accounts include additional collaboration features and start at $5/user/month.

Benefits

Remember Everything You Read - The Annotary browser extension provides a convenient, easy-to-use toolbar for bookmarking, highlighting, and taking notes on web pages. Save interesting articles and pages for later, complete with highlights and notes to quickly provide context. Your bookmarks are collected and summarized right here on your Annotary profile.

Build Your Own Knowledge Graph - Annotary makes it easy to organize your bookmarks into collections, so you have an authoritative reference on each research topic. You can keep collections private for yourself, or share them with groups to create a living, curated repository of knowledge for your team.

Share Research with Colleagues - Annotary groups are an easy way to share collections with a team, a classroom, or a whole company. Group members can contribute bookmarks and annotations to group collections as easily as contributing to their own collections. Everyone in the group automatically follows the group collections, so it's easy to combine forces and share all of your research.

Find New Resources for Your Work - Your Annotary bookmark feed contains a stream of bookmarks from the users, groups, and collections you follow. Follow colleagues and subject matter experts to easily build a highly relevant feed. Annotary also includes a search capability, which lets you track down resources from your own network, and from the whole public community.

User Reviews for Annotary

  Simplifying Research with an Annotation Tool – Review of Annotary

I thought the solution had great utility for a broad range of users: business collaboration, education, researchers and writers. It can potentially provide order to your thoughts and browsing. Thus, it can speed up the research and writing process. The addition of a social network, you can connect with FaceBook, allows users to stay connected, contribute, and update other users of their research progress. I am definitely giving this one a try.

— Rakesh Sharma (25th of January, 2013 14:10)

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