Release Notes – Annotate PRO Web Editor
If you’re visiting this page after seeing an “AP just got better” message you’ll find a summary of changes below. If you experience any issues with the AP web app:
September 6, 2022
Our September, 2022 update is fairly substantial. We’ve made changes to parts of AP you don’t see and made a number of tweaks and updates.
- Improved updating process
You’ll notice a friendly, “AP just got better” message each time we update the web app. This will help ensure you’re using the latest version of AP and communicate updates more effectively.
- Simplified menu structure
We’ve consolidated editing, importing, sharing, and authoring of Comments under the Edit & Share menu choice.
- Dedicated Manage Libraries page
AP makes it easy to create, share, and use Libraries of expert feedback. Implementing a dedicated page, located in the Edit & Share menu, makes it easier for users to understand the status of various Libraries, including ones provided by 11trees and shared by colleagues (institutional users only).
- Subscriptions to AP products split out from your Settings
A dedicated Subscriptions menu choice makes it easy to understand your AP role, what features and Comment Libraries you have, and key subscription dates.
- Dedicated Settings page
Update all your AP settings, including for our Word app and Chrome Extension, from one place.
- Improved Admin Features
Institutional Admins can now view and edit their organization’s settings, including subscription dates and AP-wide settings. Specifically, Admins can control AP’s History feature and Library sharing. They can also view email domains configured for automatic user provisioning.
- Improved Feedback Builder page
Improved layout and bug fixes. Improved mobile support, so you can grab a Comment using AP on your phone’s mobile browser, add it to your clipboard, and paste it into any phone app (email, messaging etc.).
We’ve squashed a lot of bugs and added polish. Feedback very welcome!
June 27, 2018
Finally! Fancy editing of Comments is here…!
We also released the first version of AP Forms – so you can create multiple placeholders to prompt yourself or others to enter additional text.
Sharp eyed users may notice that editing is now handled by our secure website, not pages inside the Chrome Extension. The difference should be invisible to you…but it means that we now have one editing experience across Chrome, Microsoft Word, and web – making it easier for us to improve AP and create new features.
April 13, 2018
Lots of releases over the last six months – incremental improvements including:
- Sorting Groups and Comments
- Sharing Libraries (formally or informally)
- Controlling whether a shared library can be extended by your colleages
- Reviewing ALL feedback created
- Basic analytics around your use of Annotate
- Analytics for Annotate PRO administrators
March 15, 2017
This is the first release of the web view, designed particularly to help our Microsoft Word users because:
- Editing in Word is a little limited – you can make taskpanes larger, but it requires extra steps.
- Our poor Windows users are stuck using Internet Explorer 11! Ouch…2013 wants its browser back! Providing direct web access means you can use your favorite browser to update, then simply use Annotate PRO for Word 2016 to insert comments.