Use Bounce to Quickly Add Notes to Webpages & Share them

Yadon Chen

When you find a webpage that contains interesting stuff, you may want to share it with your friends. Though there are many services that can help you do that, most of them merely share the original webpage. If you want to point out certain things on the page with annotation, it isn’t usually straight-forward. This is where tools like Bounce come into picture.

Bounce is a web based tool that can capture a screenshot of the website, and let you mark specific sections on the page and comment on them. You could then share your observations on Facebook, Twitter and more.

Annotate webpages with Bounce

The homepage of Bounce is fairly simple. You just need to type in the web address in the box, then press “Grab Screenshot” and wait for the process.

Grabbing a screenshot

Now you can define a title for the webpage’s screenshot, and enter your name for making notes.

Enter your name for comments

Click & drag on the page to annotate and make a comment.

Making notes on webpage screenshot

At last, press “Save” and then copy the link to share the webpage with your friends.

Save and Share your work

Overall, Bounce is a useful webpage annotation tool to quickly share your views on specific webpage sections.

This could be particularly useful for designers who need a simple solution to get feedback from clients on website mockups. The image of the mockup could be uploaded on a free hosting service by the designer and then the client could give his feedback on the design using Bounce.

Check out Bounce to add notes to webpages and share them.

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