On 21 February 2018 we held a webinar to demonstrate the new annotation groups capabilities Hypothesis launched in partnership with science publisher eLife. We explored how publishers can now offer dedicated groups to tailor the annotation experience on their content and enable authors, editors, invited experts, and readers to engage in discussion directly on [...]
This webinar focused on ways to use open, restricted, and private groups to support different annotation use cases with your publication using Hypothesis. Moderator Heather Staines, our former Director of Partnerships, explored how Hypothesis collaborates with publishers to support and host annotations that enable authors, editors, invited experts, and readers to engage in discussion [...]
Using groups with open, standards-based annotation in your publications is easy: learn how to integrate Hypothesis into your publishing website or platform in this next webinar in our series: 8–9am PT/11am–12pm ET, Wednesday 30 January 2019.
Hypothesis expands group configurations to offer new models for collaborative annotation.
Learn about the new annotation groups capabilities Hypothesis just launched in partnership with science publisher eLife.
We’re announcing the availability of a powerful new configuration for annotation groups we call "publisher groups". Now publishers can establish and manage a default branded and moderated annotation layer on their online publications.
Adding a link to open your Hypothes.is group home page to the left-side navigation in your Canvas course is just a way to make viewing group activity across multiple documents easier. The group home page can of course also be opened from within the annotation side bar on any document for which Hypothes.is is activated. On [...]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgsBvDz3kos The Hypothesis group home page will be your control center for annotating as part of a private group. It  contains a list of recently documents annotated by group members--expand to view annotations,  lists group members with their annotation account, not including replies--clicking on a username here will filter the group's documents and [...]
A couple of weeks ago, we quietly released a new feature here at hypothes.is: the ability to annotate websites and PDFs in groups. Previously, all annotations created using hypothes.is were either public or private (“only me”). Now you can create a hypothes.is group and invite others to join you in annotating a text or set [...]
Our mission here at Hypothesis is to enable a conversation over the world's knowledge. So far that's been a public conversation. But some conversations need to flourish in private spaces. You've always been able to create private annotations that only you can see but, until today, not annotations visible only to a group. That's what we're launching [...]