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Sharing collections, annotated pages and highlights

You can share links to

  1. A collection of websites and PDFs with shared Memex highlights/notes
  2. Ideal for sharing lists and long-term repositories of valuable content with your detailed, sentence-level insights and comments, as well as discussions about those.

    How?
  3. All shared annotations on a specific webpage
  4. Ideal for providing feedback or share your opinions about a specific web page

    How?
  5. A single Memex note/highlight
  6. Ideal for referencing text segments it in your notes or blog post, or if you want to show someone a particular section of the text.

    How?

How "shared" notes behave:

A Memex note can have the following privacy states:

  1. Private
  2. Is private to you until you share it.

  3. Shared
    1. If you share a Memex note it becomes available:

    2. As a link to the individual Memex note. Like this.
    3. Via all shared collections that contains the webpage the note is on. Like this.
    4. Via the page link containing all annotations on a webpage, like this.
  4. Optional: Protected
  5. You can protect a note so it will never change its privacy status in a bulk action. Works for both private and shared notes.

Changing privacy of many notes at once

Sometimes you forgot to share notes on a page, or want to share them all at once, instead of doing the work of sharing each individually.

This is where the ability to change the privacy status in bulk is useful. Optionally you can put individual notes in "protected" state, they won't change their privacy status in those bulk actions.

Bulk sharing all notes on a page

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Bulk sharing all notes on all pages in a collection

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