Back in the days of meeting face-to-face, writers workshop participants would typically bring along their printed and marked-up copies of the works to be discussed. After the session ended, we would give our markups to the writer. Now, in the Zoom era, we need another method to accomplish the same end result.
When you send your comments and suggestions to a fellow writer, you are providing them with valuable notes on your particular reader experience. Praise is always welcome but constructive criticism is much more valuable. Obvious things like typos and style suggestions can be easily highlighted, extra words can be struck out, and comments can be added in the sidebar. If you learn to do this digitally, you can save your marked up document and email it to the author.
How-To Annotate with Acrobat Reader DC:
Adobe Acrobat Reader DC software is the free global standard for reliably viewing, printing, and commenting on PDF documents. View, sign, comment on, and share PDFs for free.
How-To Annotate Google Docs
How-To Annotate with Software, Extensions:
iAnnotate for iPad and iPhone
Annotations are the heart and soul of iAnnotate. Like writing on paper, annotations let you make changes, take personal notes and share feedback with others.