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annotating with stylus on Google Docs?

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10 months ago
Hello allI am converting myself to Google Suite, but often find it can come up short. Come on Google, you are intelligent folks!

Is there any way that I can open a Google Doc from one of my students and use a tablet or my Mac trackpad (I'm an Apple person) and annotate with a stylus? I'd love to be able to circle words or phrases and then handwrite a comment, be able to send it back to the student where they can read all of this.

Thanks!
Basic Member
9 months ago
Try screencastify. Watch this video https://community.simplek12.com/scripts/student/webinars/view.asp?id=5107 (screen castify)
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9 months ago
Thanks, but I'm not sure this does what I need. I'd love to open a Google Doc that a student sent to me, and then use my tablet and a stylus to annotate the Google Doc, without it changing into a PDF, and then return it to the student as a Google Doc. I don't think I can do this yet. But would love to know if it can be done!

Barbara

Last updated: 9 months ago

Basic Member
9 months ago
nice
9 months ago
That sounds like a lot of steps, convert, comment, convert, post...
Basic Member
5 months ago
Quote from hferber@ftusd.org
Try screencastify. Watch this video https://community.simplek12.com/scripts/student/webinars/view.asp?id=5107 five nights at freddy's (screen castify)

Thanks guys. It was helpful
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