A nice feature

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Feb 21, 2021

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I usually read a document in four passes - one to get a global understanding, then deeper reading  - almost like I am conversing with the author, creating and follow up on action items (searching for more items, applying what I have learned, etc.) and finally reconciling with other references on the same topic I happen to read in the future. 

 

I want an easy way to keep track of all of this. Ideally, I envision a separate status bar for each of the phases described above. Perhaps four horizontal bars each shaded for regions where I have already done the reading. From my side, when I open a pdf, I will specify which of the above four activities I am doing and also specify that I am done with a particular page. Ultimately, I want to be able to have a snapshot of where I stand with each of the documents I am reading so it's easy to just pickup. 

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Comment markup and annotate, View PDF, Windows

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Feb 22, 2021

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This isn't possible whit Acrobat Reader I'm afraid.

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