I work on very big, dense documents with lots of memory, so I like to import documents, annotate them, and then archive them.
While I greatly appreciate the robust annotation capacity that MarginNote provides, I still don’t understand how best to manage the flow of documents for these purposes.
In other words, because I annotate big, dense documents with lots of memory in MarginNote, I don’t want them to languish an clog up a lot of space in iCloud, especially considering that MarginNote’s folders and syncing remains glitchy.
I’m seeking advice on how best to do this – that is, archiving MarginNote-created files so that the URL links in such files (Word, DEVONthink, OmniOutliner, iThoughtsX) can still be used to refer back to the original text that link to the original text.
I expect other users which that there was a way that MarginNote-exported files were self contained so that a URL link could refer to a the text within a document, instead of having to rely on combination of MarginNote & iCloud to navigate back to the original text.
Anyway, I look forward to any ideas / suggestions for the best archival approach for MarginNote-exported annotation files, so that I can still use URL links that refer to a the text within a document (ideally, without having to rely on re-opening MarginNote & iCloud to navigate back to the original text) while also being able to unclog heavy files from MarginNote & iCloud after I’m done with annotating them.
Thank you for your assistance.