Greetings, Annotum followers. As noted in previous posts, the ability to download or transfer your knol content is being removed on October 1 – that’s Tomorrow (or tonight)! So if you have content on knol that you want to retain, go to the knol takeout page and download your knols to a file right now or lose access to them forever.
As always, please let us know via http://annotum.uservoice.com if you have any questions about how to install, configure, or use Annotum. Please don’t comment on posts here; the Uservoice link is the best place to submit support requests and questions.
There’s a lot coming up with Annotum – some minor improvements in the coming weeks and a major editor upgrade in the works – follow this site or @annotum on Twitter for the latest Annotum news.
Finally, a genuine thank you to the Google knol team and everyone else who helped us create and make Annotum available – and particularly those knol users without whose patience and cooperation we would never have been able to provide Annotum (for free)!
Special thanks to: Google, PLoS, NIH/NLM/NCBI, and Automattic.
Annotum is free (speech and beer).