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Annotations include the highlights, redactions, and notes that are added to documents.
You can work with annotations in the following ways:
●Add highlights or redactions to mark specific content in a document. For more information, see Highlight and redact documents.
●Convert highlights into redactions, convert redactions into highlights, and change an annotation color or redaction type. For more information, see Convert highlights and redactions.
●View or hide annotations, and make redactions transparent. For more information, see View or hide annotations.
●Communicate with other reviewers by adding and replying to notes in a document. For more information, see Add notes to a document.
Tip: If you want to annotate documents that were loaded into Ringtail as native files, you can use the TIFF-on-the-Fly feature to create image files of the documents. For more information about TIFF-on-the-Fly, see Create image files of a document with TIFF-on-the-Fly.
For information about the supported file types for annotations, see Supported file formats for the Image viewer.
For information about how to annotate transcripts, see Annotate transcripts.