In today’s post, I share with you three handy Chrome extensions that will enable you to draw on web pages. You can use these tools to annotate the web by drawing on web pages, adding shapes and arrows, inserting text, and many more. You can also save and share your annotated web pages with others.
Page Marker is a Chrome extension that enables you to easily annotate live web pages. You can draw on any section on the webpage using your mouse or touchscreen. You can also highlight lines of text using your preferred colour.The eraser tool lets you delete parts you don’t like and with a single click you can customize the thickness or change the default colour.
Web Paint is another good tool to annotate and draw on web pages. You can add text, notes, shapes, lines, and arrows and share your annotated content with others. Web Paint offers the added screenshot functionality allowing you to create screen captures of your annotated web pages. The tool is simple and easy to use. All you need is to install and add it to your Chrome.
Draw on Page is a Chrome extension that enables you to draw on any website using simple drawing tools. The tool is especially ideal for annotating and inserting illustrative content into web pages. “Currently, there are two modes available, Drawing Mode and Brushing Mode. Brushing mode is for drawing with mouse or pen (touch-enabled devices) on the page.
You can choose a pencil, circle, or spray brush in this mode. There is also an option to change the color and width of the brushing tool from the UI. The other mode is for drawing shapes (Drawing Mode). When you select this mode, five different primitive shapes are available to choose from the UI. Once you click on a shape, it will be added to the screen. “