A guide to comments and annotations

 

Gathering feedback on designs and prototypes is a core feature of Marvel and is a fantastic way to improve your work, get sign-off, and ship products faster. 

By default, every prototype in Marvel has the option to leave a comment or annotation on a specific area of interest. This gives you the flexibility of general feedback or targetted to certain parts of your design.

Once a comment is left on a project, the owner, collaborators and other commenters will receive an email notification informing them.

If you want to bring someone outside of the project into the conversation, simply type '@' to mention them and they'll receive an email notification with your comment directed at them.

 

How to leave a comment

  1. Play any prototype
  2. Click No comments on the bottom left
  3. In the comment field, type your comment
  4. Click Send

 

How to leave an annotation

  1. Go to your Dashboard
  2. Hover over a screen and click on the Play icon
  3. Click No comments on the bottom left
  4. In the comment sidebar, click Add annotation 
  5. Click the area of the screen you would like to annotate
  6. Enter a comment in the field
  7. Click Send

 

How to mention another team member in your comment

If you want to bring someone outside of the project into the conversation, simply type '@' to mention them and they'll receive an email notification with your comment directed at them.

  1. Play any prototype
  2. Click the Comments button on the bottom left
  3. In the comment field, type @
  4. Select the user from the list
  5. Type your comment and click Send

 

How to resolve a comment

If you want to use commenting as a way to keep up with tasks, you can keep things tidy be resolving comments and hiding them from the list.

  1. Play any prototype
  2. Click the Comments button on the bottom left
  3. Hover over any comment and click Mark as resolved

To view resolved comments, click on All at the top of the comments sidebar to change the filter of the list to show resolved comments.

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