I'm currently looking into the benefits of using the Scribes Open Source PDF Editor and trying to decide between the Scribes Notebook and OpenType Layout Manager. How do you store and manage your PDF annotations? RSS — r/Mac_OSX_PDF_Annotations — Reddit Apr 1, 2023 — You can read your files in the Safari browser, in the Documents App or in any folder on your internal or external drive. You can export and read PDFs from the text editor as well, i.e. write PDFs using Notes. What is the best workflow for building PDF annotations from source? RSS — r/Mac_OSX_PDF_Annotations — Reddit Apr 1, 2023 — You can choose between one of the following two workflows: Create a PDF in Pages. Import the PDF into Scribes Open Source. Create a PDF for the Notebook. What is the best Mac annotation editor for students? R/Mac_PDF_Annotations — Reddit Mar 19, 2023 — I use Scribes because it is simple, easy to install and run. There are not too many annotation features which I miss. It has been working for me, so I try to keep the library up to date. Can you recommend a simple way to write paper notes? I'm trying to make this work better than the default iOS notes app. paper is a free and open-source iOS (and macOS) note-taking app built by Apple, it has most of the features you might find in the more expensive paid Mac desktop apps. I like the fact all of your notes are saved as files and can be synced back and forth between the Mac and your iPhone. I found it has been able to stay out of the way of my workflow and do something useful and productive, unlike many other apps which are really just a mess of tabs with a confusing interface. It does not have any of the functionality one would expect from such expensive software, however it does have a simple and elegant interface, which is very user-friendly. I recommend Paper for those of you with a little of technical knowledge and the desire to do something a bit more useful than the default Mac Notes app.