Today we are happy to announce that we’re rolling out our most-requested feature ever: Automatic saving of your annotations to Google Drive!
We’ve always saved your annotations securely within Kami as you made them (and we sync them immediately to your collaborator’s screens also), and now we will also automatically save these changes into the PDF file on Google Drive.
We’re also launching a new Sync menu, which will show you the status of your file, and when the changes were last saved to Kami or Google Drive. You can also trigger a save manually from this menu.
Getting started with the new saving is easy – just open up a file by clicking it in Google Drive or through the file picker as normal, and you’ll see the new sync icon at the top right. Sync will be automatically enabled if you have a premium account, otherwise you’ll need to turn it on manually.
We save your changes to the file every minute, and the history of changes to the file will be saved on Google Drive.
For more information on this, see the Saving article on our new and updated Knowledge Base.
We have lots of exciting new features coming as we complete the change from Notable PDF to Kami, so stay tuned!
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