AO: I really like the annotation function (and the structured analytics which allow for the annotations) because they allows multiple people to analyze the same material from their different perspectives. Using the same question captures our different takes on it and I like being able to see everyone's different perspective captured (i.e. not just one person's answer which is the one true "correct" version). I also like how you can use different structured analytics (e.g. my PhD dissertation questions and also the working group question set) to probe the same material pulling out different insights based on whatever the broader research aims/questions are. This helps to allow a richer and in my opinion, deeper analysis of the same materials.