Your product can fall short of the user’s understanding at any given moment. Stay ahead of the curve and cut back on formal complaints by providing annotated user guides with your products. Place them on your websites, PDFs, and booklets. Discover how to effortlessly circle, draw pointers, and add text to your product images with Good Annotations.
You can make screenshots look great in just 2 clicks and you can add helpful annotations too. Useful for giving design feedback or guiding your users. A great tool to keep aside & use regularly
Image annotation apps give you tools for annotating images. Good Annotations gives you a workflow for capturing, annotating, and sharing screenshots or other images.
Global digitalization is moving at an unprecedented speed. Many of your customers were born decades before you could find a computer in every home. Today, the world is different. Jobs are moving online. Classrooms are inside your laptop. And a sea of great digital products emerges every day to reduce friction in your life. But innovation takes a few extra lines to understand. And instead of just talking and writing, you can show your users where and why your products are important. Create easy product guides for the best customer satisfaction.
Information-dense paragraphs and dictionary style phrases are not enough to relate complex ideas. Images, on the other hand, can help laggards fall in love with online web tools. Your product is probably worth every last bit of attention you can harness. Keep in mind that most users strive to stay time-effective and don’t like learning about new services and products. Annotated Images will help you build perfect product guides. Keep users’ attention, dissect complex ideas, and deliver stellar user manuals.
Maybe your user is not great with activating their account. Maybe the feature they’re desperately searching for is right in their UI. And maybe you don’t need to keep a 24h/7 phone line to solve time-consuming issues. Come prepared upfront. Troubleshoot. Build annotated FAQs, and reduce the number of customer requests, complaints, and emails. Annotate images, and reduce the text your customer has to read to find a solution.
The annotated image helps information click in place. Outsiders can immediately understand that your service and products are not for everybody. Stay loyal to your audience, and follow-up on your inventions with a presentable how-to guide. Teach your audience how to extract the total value out of your ideas.
Some of the largest corporations fail to deliver simple user manuals. We’re not sure why this happens, but just writing a bullet point to solve a complex IT issue will not help most people. Think about the inexperienced users when you proudly present your products and services. Images will help them bridge the gap between your words and what you’re offering. If you confuse, you lose. Ensure that even your grandma can get onboard behind your latest tech-startup with a beautifully crafted product guide. Carefully annotate words, and bring about the easiest way to digest information.
PowerPoint might very-well be the vehicle to deliver your presentation, but the content will clear you those funding rounds. Merely having a presentation is not enough. Investors are busy people, and you don’t want to waste their time. VC backers get hundreds of offers every week. Your way to stand out from the crowd is to explain the full value of your product before they can say no to you. Showcase your ideas, products, and services with Good Annotations. Build presentable user manuals and ship them faster than you ship MVPs. Providing an easy-to-digest presentation will get your more pitch meatings. Explain every step of the way. Show them why they should clear the check to your dreams. Help investors see what you see and leave everybody wanting more. Clear and compelling how-to manuals will help your investors imagine all the possibilities their money can make more money. Raise funds like a pro, build excellent user guides.
If content is king, then context is god. Content rules the platforms, but context builds businesses, nurtures relationships, and moves hearts. Context is why you’re looking at content. Make sure that your ventures never miss the grand picture. All the trouble and all the answers lie right there, in the context of your ideas. Ensure that your audience understands the context of your content, products, websites, apps, and financial services. Upload your screenshots, images, and designs to Good Annotations. Write, draw, and point to a feature, then bring it to life.
Don’t send an image where PDF is necessary. Don’t send a link where a download speaks volumes. Deliver your ideas in a variety of formats that are suited for the end user. Convert your image to PDF and make it more professional and presentable for official correspondence. Conversely, share your manual to social media with an easy click of a button. And finally, save it on your computer as a PNG, SVG, or JPG. Convert your manuals, and bring more out of your ideas with Good Annotations.
If you have a photo, image or screenshot sitting on your computer you can upload it to Good Annotations through our editor. Its super easy and takes seconds to do.
Once you have uploaded your image you can use any of our online tools to edit or add elements to the image.
We've worked hard to make our tools & features all online and based within your browser. This means you do not need to install any applications on your laptop or computer.
We thought you might like this as it means we didnt build yet another app you have to install, you can just come back to us when you need us.
We did build a Chrome extension that you can install if you like. It lets you take screenshots in one click.
Good Annotations is currently a completely free and online tool. We dont ask for your credit card details or your email address to use our tool!
This may change in the future but don't worry as there will always be a free version of Good Annotations, payments will only be required if you are seeking to use a premium feature we haven't built yet (for example a team account).
If you have any features you think are missing in Good Annotations, feel free to reach out!