Learn To Use the New Markup Tools in iPadOS

The new Markup tools in iPadOS look and work better than ever. You can use them to add lines, arrows, highlights, shapes, text and other things to your PDFs, images, screenshots and more. Learn how to access and use the new tools.

Comments: 6 Responses to “Learn To Use the New Markup Tools in iPadOS”

    PJ
    2 months ago

    Good video. Where I really want to use markup is with ebooks (not PDFs) within the Books app. But it appears not to work there. Or am I just not seeing it? Making notes in school-related ebooks would be really helpful.

    PJ
    2 months ago

    I meant to say “with Apple Pencil.”

    2 months ago

    PJ: The Books app has its own way of adding highlights and notes. But you can’t really do markup since the text in an epub document will “flow” differently depending on font size and other things you can adjust.

    Errol
    2 months ago

    The markup + option doesn’t always appear when editing Notes Take a new note the markup action button appears in two places – first at the bottom right and second as an option in the Share button. Only the Share button option for markup has the + button but this is really the PDF form of the note, eg markup already added before using the markup option in the share button cannot be deleted ( correct behavior I think)

    Robert K Dorn Sr
    2 months ago

    I do a lot of mark up on maps and I usually use the same size circle to indicate certain things I just wondered if there’s a way to save the size of that circle

    2 months ago

    Robert: You can always copy and paste.

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