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The option is found in the Account Playback settings: Click your profile picture and then YouTube settings Click Playback De-select Show annotations on videos Click Save
If you're like me and you don't want to help Google collect even more personal information about you by creating an account, you can still disable these annotations using an ad blocking extension - Adblock Plus - and the following rule : ||youtube.com/annotations_
To make the annotation present for the whole video simply make the annotation span the whole videos length. Though do remember that annotation can be disabled, so this blocking method is not very effective. In fact a lot of people have them disabled by default, so they won't even know that an attempt to hide something was tried. Edit: Since you mentioned ...
If you upload a PDF to Google drive and convert it to a Google doc (or right click and open with Google Docs instead of Google Drive Viewer) you can add comments in collaboration with others (in the same way as with a Google doc) by pressing ctrl+alt+M or selecting text and right clicking. The drawback is you may lose some formatting when opening some ...
I think the ones you mention pretty much cover what is available actually - the only other ones are the node, way and relation parameters for overlaying specific OpenStreetMap objects on the map. I would add though that most of these parameters are considered internal implementation details for use by the OpenStreetMap site itself and you shouldn't really ...
If you use Google's Task List, you could add the message as a Task and add notes to that. "Add to Tasks" is under the "More" menu. It's then added to your tasks, with a convenient link to open the original email message. Then you can edit the task and add information to the "Notes" field.
I would just forward the message to myself, adding whatever notes I wanted in the forwarded message.
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