Read on for more information about how to merge PDFs, quickly find your files with the new search, and manage pages in the updated navigation system.
Want to get the most out of iAnnotate? Here are a few tips and tricks to help you take advantage of all the cool things iAnnotate 4 has to offer!
You can view iAnnotate differently depending on how you tap! One finger tap gets rid of your tabs, while tapping with three fingers gets rid of both the tabs and the toolbar!
One finger tap Three finger tap
Scrolling with two fingers is another helpful gesture! Select from pencil, highlighter, underline, or strikeout. Then, mark something up, use two fingers to scroll down to another page or section, and wha-la! The tool is temporarily suspended to allow you to move throughout the document. When you get to the section you want, continue to markup without having to re-select the tool!
Two Document View
Ever wish that you could work on two documents at the same time? Well, you can! Two Document View enables you to multitask intelligently. Utilize all of the same features used to markup and manage your documents in regular view, to work simultaneously.
Drag and Drop
This is a feature only available on iOS 11 and iPad. By tapping and holding down a file, you have the ability to drag it to another storage repository! Need to move multiple files? No problem! Keep your finger pressed on the first file, then use your other hand to click on each additional file you'd like to move.
Need to move files out of iAnnotate entirely? You can do that, too! Drag your file, or files, to the bottom of the screen and use your other hand to swipe up to reveal the bottom bar that shows your apps. Then, simply hover the files over the app you'd like to move them to.
Do you already use these features? If so, we'd love to hear how you use them! Please comment below and let us know!
As some of you Version 3 users may have already noticed, there’s an error when trying to sync iAnnotate with Dropbox. This version uses a Dropbox configuration that was discontinued by Dropbox at the end of 2017.
Going forward, we will be focusing solely on the support of iAnnotate 4, which is our current version. There are some users still on Version 3, but we strongly recommend upgrading to take advantage of not only the Dropbox connection, but the latest and greatest of what iAnnotate has to offer as well.
As always, our team is always here and happy to assist with any questions or concerns you may have.
The Branchfire Team
We want to start 2018 by thanking all of our incredible customers! We truly appreciate the feedback, suggestions, and support you’ve shown us over the years. In 2017, iAnnotate users from all over the world read and marked up millions of documents. While iAnnotate is about more than just going paperless, it's hard to ignore the environmental impact we're making. Together, iAnnotate users have avoided printing and saved tens of thousands of trees! And we're eager to help save thousands more in 2018!
We have some big plans for 2018 that we can't reveal just yet, but in the spirit of a new year, here are a few more reasons to keep the celebration going:
When looking for a specific term, you will be able to easily find results in that file or throughout your library from an all new, easy-to-use panel.
Soon, you will be able to merge PDFs together, one of our most popular feature requests.
We're going to improve offline annotation to make it a seamless experience. It'll feel like you're online, even when you have no Internet access.
We want to make it easier to edit annotations after they’ve been made. We’re also adding an option to perform bulk actions with annotations, like selecting multiple to delete or copy at the same time
We're looking at expanding to other platforms, so everyone can use iAnnotate. Let us know what kinds of devices you'd like us to support!
Leave us a comment below and let us know which new feature you’re most excited about!
We hope this year is filled with lots of love, laughter, and, of course, annotations!