Is anyone aware of a way to export proofing comments and markup? Currently, I have to take screen shots of the file and the comments to compare with the previous version and use for archiving purposes.
Thanks for the assist.
A few people asked this question at Engage, and the response at the time was that this is not current functionality, but it is on the roadmap. I don't know when, though. It would definitely be a useful feature - I was just asked about it today, too!
At least it is on the roadmap. But it is a pain trying to take a screen shot of all mark up and comments. Hopefully, they implement this sooner rather then later.
Have you looked into using new Versions instead of creating a new file?
We do create new versions that incorporate updates. For our medication order sets process, if Joint Commission were to come and ask to why certain changes were made to a particular order set, we need the ability to share all of the historical comments across all versions to meet regulatory requirements. Currently, the only way to do this is through screen shots, unless we wanted to grant them access to the sheet itself (which we don't).
Is there another way to achieve this?
Thanks so much for the assistance!
Ah. Understood. Unfortunately not at this time.
While it is already on the roadmap, submitting a product enhancement request wouldn't hurt. It will let them know that people are in fact eagerly awaiting the update.
Is there any updates on this? I'm need to be able to export a doc with comments to use this functionality and was hoping maybe it's been implemented and I'm not seeing how?
I am also looking for an update on this request. My company has been utilizing the proofing tool much and are very happy with it, however the inability to export it is a severe limitation that we would be very happy to see corrected.
Is there an update on this? Exporting comments is the only thing keeping us from implementing this functionality.
I am also looking for an update. The only workaround I've found is to export as a PDF to see the comments, but this isn't efficient, as it doesn't indicate on the print WHERE the comment points to. It would be nice if they could incorporate Adobe's markup / commenting functionality.