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I have been looking for a tool that lets me access my highlights across all the different web pages and PDFs that I have annotated. Previously I had tried Evernote, Liner, Acrobat and a number of other PDF readers. RevNote was perfect for me because not only can I search through all the annotations that I've made regardless of which source they came from, I am also able to group the highlights by category. This has made it really easy for me to contrast what different authors are saying in the papers that I've read. The addition of allowing me to export my highlights and citations has been sooooo helpful when it comes to getting my work done. See More
When you've made lots of annotations across lots of different articles, it can be difficult to find the section that you need. If you know that the annotation that you are looking for mentions a specific term, then a search for that term will bring up a list of all the relevant annotations. See More