Is there a way to bookmark specific pages in a pdf document? Or perhaps, is there a way to perhaps tag content in a pdf (or something along these lines)?
In a physical library I can review scores of physical books & resources, place a post-it note in the exact location of the relevant info I find. Hours later, I can easily sift through the piles and organize what I found. The exact location is bookmarked. Later on, there is no need to leaf through entire docs, speeding up the summary process.
In DT often I work with documents that are hundreds of pages long. Rather than tagging entire documents (which is also useful), I’d like to find a way a way to bookmark or tag specific pages or places within those documents.
I’d then have the ability to quickly sift through hundreds of documents, perhaps thousands of pages, quickly marking exact locations of relevant data. Later as I summarize findings, I’d be able to directly locate info without needing to scroll through entire documents a second time.
I imagine a simple bookmark feature within docs would accomplish this goal? Or, is there a way to add tags within docs?
I’m open to creative solutions.