Predefined Annotations can be created for each workflow. They will be made available in the app as a list in the annotation tool. With a simple tap, the annotation will be added to the image. This is useful to avoid typing frequently-used annotations. For a short video tutorial, please visit the Clarius Classroom on how to customize annotations for exams.
Adding/Editing Predefined Annotations
- Sign in to Clarius Cloud.
- Select My Institution to go to your most recently viewed institution. If you are in more than one institution, you may need to switch to a different institution. Select Settings in the institution menu.
- From within the Settings page, select System> Workflows.
- Click the Edit Annotations button associated with the Workflow that should be customized.
- The Title is used to classify annotations.
- In the Labels field, enter your custom annotations as a comma separated list.
- (Optional) Check Linked to have the annotations act as a group. Linked annotations will act as a single annotation. Selecting an annotation in the App will replace the currently placed annotation with the newly selected annotation. Linked and non-linked have different background colors to distinguish them.
- Click the Add button to add more annotations groups.
- Click Save when done.
- In the Clarius App, if you are already signed in, Sign Out. Then sign in again with your email and password. This will allow the new annotations to be loaded onto the Clarius App.
Using Predefined Annotations in the App
- If you made any changes at Cloud.Clarius.com, you will need to sign out of the Clarius App, then sign back in with your username and password for the changes to sync to the App.
- During a live scan fin the Clarius App, tap the tools iconand select Annotations.
- The screen displays a text field and the list of custom annotations below. Slide the list to the left to see more and tap on the desired annotation to use.
- Drag and pin your selected annotations to its desired location then tap the camera icon to save the annotation(s).