I’m starting to use PDFs as my main import file format in DT3 (instead of Web Archive, a format that may become problematic in the future). I’m also thinking that instead of annotating the pdf file itself (other than highlighting) I will use the Inspector > Annotations feature.
My first questions: Is there a way to export/print the file and the annotations automatically (as in attached to each other)?If not, is it possible to include this feature in a future update? I’m thinking for instance: export file with annotations.
Also, as a second idea (which might be easier to implement than the above one, and will also speed up the workflows): I know that we can export the annotation file once we selected it in the Annotations folder. However, if we could also export Annotations via the inspector, would be great. I’m sending a sketch, to better understand my idea:
Maybe there is a way to do this already, but I cannot find it.
I’m an academic and often share my collected data (e.g. blog post imported to DT3 database, that I highlight and annotate) with colleagues and students. Many do not use a Mac so PDF is the most universal non-changeable format.