Batch export (to print) with "notes" attached?

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#1

I may be missing something obvious . . . is there a way to batch export (for printing) paperpile “notes”? I’m using notes to store quotations from the papers, and I’d like to be able to print a set of citations with notes beneath them.


#2

That’s not possible at the moment. The note taking is quite rudimentary at the moment. We are aware of that and that’s a deliberate decision. The reason is we are working on a much more integrated note taking system. A main part of that is our new PDF annotator which would allow you to automatically add quotes from a PDF.

While I saw your post I actually finished the first design study of how this export could look like. So stay tuned…


#3

That annotation export looks amazing. Being able to batch export annotations (from eg all papers in a given folder) in that format would be perfect.


#4

I still think this would be a very useful feature especially in creating an annotated bibliography with my notes on each paper.


#5

I would also appreciate this. My workflow involves annotating quotations on the ipad using PDFExpert and then exporting those to a text file. One major problem is that as far as I can tell third party readers cannot change PDF numbering on the ipad, so for example if I am annotating a journal article that starts on p.547 the exported annotations appear as page 1, 2 etc. and I have to manually adjust them.

Being able to work directly from annotations to text with page numbering responsive to paperpile’s reference pagination would be very helpful.


#6

Any update on this? It would be really useful…