Cloud Connections & Document Management

  • Using Dropbox

    Last updated on February 19, 2014

    Dropbox is a cloud service that provides 2GB of free storage to consumers. Additional storage can be purchased or earned. You can store virtually any type of file in Dropbox using the Dropbox website, the Dropbox app for iOS and Android, or the Dropb...

  • Using Google Drive

    Last updated on February 19, 2014

    Google Drive is a cloud service that provides 5GB of free storage to consumers. Anyone with a Gmail account also has a Google Drive account with 5GB of storage. Additional storage may be purchased or earned via purchases of Chrome OS devices. Google ...

  • Using OneDrive

    Last updated on August 20, 2015

    OneDrive is a cloud service that provides 7GB* of free storage to consumers. Anyone with an outlook.com email address or Microsoft account also has at least 7GB of OneDrive storage. Storage will be unlimited to all Office 365 subscribers soon. OneDri...

  • Using Box

    Last updated on February 19, 2014

    Box is a cloud service that provides 5GB of free storage to consumers. Additional storage can also be purchased. You can store virtually any type of file in Box using the Box website, the Box apps for iOS or Android, and the Box desktop folder for Ma...

  • Using WebDAV

    Last updated on February 19, 2014

    iAnnotate supports integration with WebDAV. A connection between iAnnotate and your WebDAV account allows you to browse your entire WebDAV folder structure from the iAnnotate Library, select and download documents and folders, and upload documents ba...

  • Using Shared Cloud Accounts

    Last updated on June 11, 2014

    If you have a cloud account (Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive) that is being shared by multiple iAnnotate users, some additional steps may need to be taken in order to ensure that one person's annotations on a particular document(s) don't overwri...

  • Storing Files Locally Only

    Last updated on December 31, 2014

    If you wish to keep all of your documents stored only on the iPad (in the Local Files folder) and not within any cloud services, then it is very important to make regular backups. This approach is generally more time-consuming and less efficient than...

  • Using the Send to iTunes Command

    Last updated on May 14, 2015

    The easiest way to make a non-cloud backup of your files, or to bulk transfer files/folders to your Mac/PC, is with the "Send to iTunes" command. You must be running iTunes v9.1 or later on your Mac/PC to utilize this feature. It's also important to ...

  • Importing from the Web

    Last updated on June 17, 2014

    iAnnotate features a simple built-in web browser. This browser can open webpages and links like any other iPad browser, but it also features a few extra tools for creating and downloading PDFs into the iAnnotate Library. How to Access the iAnn...

  • Is My Work Backed Up to iCloud?

    Last updated on November 04, 2014

    No, Apple's iCloud service does not currently integrate with iAnnotate for automatic backup of your work. iCloud does not preserve the documents stored on your iPad, nor the annotations made to those documents in iAnnotate. For automatic backup and ...

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