Framebench’s Mail Markup tool makes it easy to annotate files from your Gmail inbox

Framebench’s Mail Markup tool makes it easy to annotate files from your Gmail inbox

Design collaboration service Framebench has released a new Chrome extension that makes it easy to annotate files over Gmail without having to download them to your computer.

Mail Markup taps the new Gmail API to add a “Review Attachment” option to files in your Gmail account. You can draw with a pencil, add arrows or shapes and leave numbered annotations on the document. Text comments will then be pasted into an email draft with the marked-up image.

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While the annotation options are fairly lightweight, they should be enough for most basic markup needs. If you and your coworkers email each other files for review on a daily basis, Mail Markup could save you a bit of time and trouble.

Apple is set to release its own Markup feature with the launch of OS X Yosemite this fall.

➀ Mail Markup for Gmail

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