Include notes as comments
Could you please include the PDF export options "Include notes as annotations" from InCopy in Indesign?
Thanks for the feedback. Moving this into our backlog.
what's going on woth this feature? it's been almost 4 years since it was added to backlog...
Lee kretschmar commented
Would love InDesign to export annotations (notes) so they show up on a PDF as sticky notes or comments. At the moment it’s time consuming adding sticky notes to PDFs every time there is a change.
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Kelly Vaughn commented
I would like this to work with both interactive PDFs as well as print PDFs. As well as choose icon type and color, and have a note navigator at the bottom. Like this mockup UI:
Kelly Vaughn commented
PDF Stickies has this capability: http://www.kerntiff.co.uk/products-4-indesign/pdfstickies
Yes, as per Lindsey, export notes as Comments in a pdf so the reviewers would only need Reader. Fresh comments.
Lindsey Thomas Martin commented
I think this is more or less the same request as that found in 'Make InDesign be able to import/Export comments from/to PDF'. See the comments there. Here are brief responses to your questions.
 In my case, the comments are queries to authors (and occasionally to in-house acquiring editors) about apparent errors, ambiguous writing and preferences for presentation of material. There are no doubt work-flows where the comments would be sent to colleagues working on other aspects of a publication. But, the main purpose of exporting notes to PDF would be so page proofs containing the comments can be sent to authors and others without access to an in-house workflow based on InCopy and InDesign.
 The comments are not a response to comments from authors or reviewers as the latter would usually be incorporated into the document and a new set of proofs generated.
These are new comments.
These should include information about the source of the data to be published.
So that the examiner can understand the origin in order to be able to check it and complete it with his corrections.