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Your teacher will likely have specific guidelines about creating annotations for your class work. Here, though, are 5 best practices we believe can make your annotations better — more visually appealing and informative — from our perspective as veterans of annotation:. You can also select text within or that includes another highlight or annotation. It seems unlikely that that word alone will produce an interesting annotation. At the very least, think about your annotation as responsible to whatever text you select.
While I didn’t like communicating with the support team, I think it is something that should be improved in this service, but maybe only I was that lucky, the work was done pretty well and they delivered on time.