This afternoon a reader of my weekly newsletter kindly pointed out that Microsoft removed the annotation tool that was in earlier versions of Microsoft Edge. However, there is still a built-in web page capture tool in Microsoft Edge. And that tool does include some basic markup capabilities. 

In this new video I demonstrate how to capture and markup web pages in Microsoft Edge. 

Applications for Education
The capture and markup tool in Edge can be useful if you want to draw attention to a specific part of a web page for instructional purposes. For example, I might use it to highlight a portion of a news article that I’m discussing in a social studies class. I might also use it to point out design elements to students learning about web design.