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If you’re creating design docs in @sketchapp, you need this
Ale Muñoz Design hacker & freelance librarian @ Bohemian Coding
Notebook plugin for Sketch is a nice way to create sidebar comments
Jean-Marc Denis @InboxByGmail @Google and previously @Sparrow
A handy tool for easily managing sidebar comments
Jason São Bento Lead mobile UX/UI designer @Google Fiber & Lead UX @Youtube Gaming
Sketch Notebook lets you annotate your @SketchApp file. Looks helpful
Khoi Vinh VP UX @trywildcard, blogger @subtraction, former design director @nytimes
Select any layer and run “Add comment”. A new comment will be added to the sidebar.
Reorder and hit update. Comments will be automatically realigned and renumbered.
Change your comments and update. Everything will be in its place after that.
Remove the group that contains the unwanted comment(s) and hit update. They will automatically reorder and renumber.
By default, comments indicators will be relocated to its new position after updating them. If you turn the relocation to manual mode and want to get them automatically relocated, go to "Sketch > Plugins > Notebook Pro > Tools & Settings > Relocate Indicators Automatically".
If you want to position the indicators manually, go to "Sketch > Plugins > Notebook Pro > Tools & Settings > Relocate Indicators Manually". When this option is set, indicators will not be positioned automatically when updating comments.
Remove all comments from the current artboard by running the command "Sketch > Plugins > Notebook Pro > Tools & Settings > Reset Comments". To reverse this action just use ctrl+z.
This command updates this information: project (file name), date (today), author (your OSX username), screen name (artboard name).
Choose whether you like to show or hide your comments by toggling its visibility. Pro version includes batch visibility toggle.
Customize the look & feel of your comments by editing its shared styles.
There are 3 style presets: sepia, bright and dark. Select them by going to "Sketch > Plugins > Notebook Pro > Style"