Make your mark with annotations in Sketch
Leave comments and have conversations directly on the Canvas, whether you’re working in the Mac app or web app.
Get this. Sketch has annotations now!
Not just in the web app, but in the Mac app too!
That is BRAND NEW INFORMATION!
You guys already knew, didn’t you? 😒
Tempted to change everything to Comic Sans just to annoy Hun Lee.
Thanks, I’m unfollowing this annotation 🤣
Love the color. @Samir, what do you think?
I agree. Way better than the Pantone 448 C version!
Pantone 448 C will make a comeback, you’ll see 😛
I can’t find the original annotation with Samir’s edits…
You can look it up under the Comments tab in the web app’s sidebar, on the right!
Oh sweet! 🙌
Multiple conversations in one place
Keep track of discussions with designers, developers and decision-makers all in one place — right inside your documents. Once the discussion is over, mark annotations (and their replies) as resolved and bring them back whenever you need to.
Be bold! (or italic)
You’re here to express ideas, not wrestle with formatting options. Use Markdown to effortlessly emphasize your feedback with rich formatting. Make your comments bold, share your thoughts in italics, or even drop a few emoji.
Never miss a beat
When you create an annotation (or get involved in one), you’ll automatically receive notifications for any new replies. And if you feel you’ve heard enough, you can always unfollow the annotation — or the entire document.
Feedback has never been easier
Have your say
Hit N, click anywhere on the Canvas and start typing your comments. Et voilà! You’ve added a new annotation.
Want to loop someone into the discussion? @-mention them in a comment or copy a link to the exact annotation you want to share.
Done talking? Go ahead and resolve annotations. Resolved conversations disappear from view, but you can reopen them whenever you need to.
Create your Workspace for free
Whether you’re new to Sketch, or back to see what’s new, we’ll have you set up and ready to do your best work in minutes.
Comment with precision
Get straight to the point (and make it stick) by pinning an annotation on the Canvas, right where it matters. For the bigger picture, you can see every annotation in a document under the Comments tab in the web app.