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How do I annotate a score?

  1. Open a chart via All Charts
  2. Select the pen icon in the action bar  icon-edit
  3. Mark up your score as needed
  4. Use the tick to save or the cross to abandon
  5. Remember to save the chart when you exit

To delete an annotation simply tap the marking, and use trash can icon.


10 Responses to “How do I annotate a score?”

  1. Mike says:

    I wish I could type in comments. Annotation is fine to circle some point in a score. But I would like to add clean text notes to myself: solo, add bass, synth patch number 123, drums in here, etc.

  2. Hieke says:

    I LOVE this! One detail: my fingers are small, but not small enough. A stylus did not work unfortunately. How can I write smaller?

    • Maeve says:

      Unfortunately for now we’ve just got one size pen nib Hieke. Try zooming in first in order to get the definition you need.

  3. Karen Crockett says:

    Is highlighting an available feature?

  4. Becky says:

    Annotation is a must to be able to use this. I routinely mark up music with chord changes and arrangement notes. That thick red is distracting. Hope you guys can add that.

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