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  1. Thanks for your inputs -- I suspected as much, but wanted to bounce it off the EN community. Just to clarify: I don't want to actually annotate the articles (notes) -- I just want a way to comment on them, separate from the document itself. For example, the note would be an article about Schwab robo-advisor services. I would then add a comment in a separate section, "I love robo-advisors!". In my mind, I see it almost as like a text dialogue bubble. My business partner would respond in a separate "bubble": "I hate robo-advisors!" The article, along with our thoughts about it, would be ca
  2. I need to be able to share a notebook -- the "Article Library". The individual notes will be links to web-based articles and pdf-based articles. The people with shared access will need to comment on each note. For example, one note is an article about Schwab's robo-advisor techology. I want to be able to jot down my thoughts or comments regarding that article, and have it "attached" to the note. I want my business partner (who has shared access to the "Article Library" notebook) to be able to see my comments about the article, and write comments of his own. I'll be able to see his and
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