The website annotation tool for live web pages and interactive HTML

Give teammates and clients an easy way to share centralized feedback on websites, prototypes, banner ads, emails, and more.

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  • GDPR compliant
website annotation tool
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Annotate websites and interactive HTML with anyone

With Filestage’s online web annotation tools, you can import web content and upload HTML files directly to your project dashboard. Then invite as many people as you like to add comments, create markups, discuss ideas, and give approval.

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Interact with content, just like you would in your browser

When your reviewers open your content in Filestage, they’ll be able to scroll, click, and interact – just like they would in their browser. And best of all, they can switch between desktop, tablet, and mobile viewers to see how your web page will look on different devices.

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Switch to comment mode to add feedback in context

When you’re ready to add feedback, install our browser extension and switch over to comment mode. From there, you can tap anywhere to create markers, draw annotations, share attachments, and, of course, add comments!

The best website annotation tool for all your content

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Live websites

Collect feedback on entire webpages and discuss ideas for improvements with full context.


Share and review interactive prototypes from Figma, Adobe XD, Invision, and Sketch.

iCloud documents

Get collaborative feedback and approval on iCloud files like Keynote, Pages, and Numbers.

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3D models

Import 3D models or 360° images and videos so reviewers can add comments with ease.

Banner ads

Get point-and-click feedback on banners, animations, and other dynamic display formats.


Share, review, and approve HTML files for email campaigns, all in one easy-to-use platform.

collect client and customer feedback

Collect client and customer feedback in one platform

Create separate reviewer groups for different types of stakeholders, like teammates, clients, and customers. Then invite as many people as you want to each group so you can collect clear, quick, and collaborative feedback right on top of your content.

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Integrate with your favorite tools to boost productivity

Send review tasks to teammates in tools like Asana and Monday, or remind people to give feedback in Slack and Microsoft Teams. And as the feedback rolls in, you can get updates for every comment, approval, or change request – all without lifting a finger!

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Review web content alongside videos, images, and more

Filestage isn’t just a feedback platform for website and HTML content. You can also share videos, images, designs, documents, PDFs, and audio files. So you can keep all your project’s files, versions, feedback, and approvals together in one website review tool.

How Filestage helps you manage feedback on websites and HTML

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Create your project and reviewer groups

Set up your workflow with separate reviewer groups for each sign-off stage.

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Import websites to your dashboard

Sort your content into sections to keep your projects organized.

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Invite reviewers to give feedback

Add reviewers or send a link, then they’ll be kept up to date automatically.

Discuss ideas for the next version

Agree on the next steps in context so everyone’s always on the same page.

Approve, check, done, review

Share new versions until you get approval

Develop your designs until your first reviewer group is happy.

Repeat for remaining reviewer groups

Keep sharing new versions until everyone gives you the green light.

How our website annotation tool saves you time

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Consolidate feedback automatically

See everyone’s comments in one place, instead of juggling email chains.

Minimize versions and review rounds

Make sure everyone knows which version is the latest (and greatest)!

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Add comments on top of website content

Use intuitive tools like highlights and annotations to add feedback in seconds.

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Compare versions and comments side by side

Save time searching your inbox to check what was said about the last version.

Tick off feedback as you work on new edits

Turn comments into to-do lists to keep track of what’s been done.

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Send reviewers automated reminders

Add due dates and make sure feedback is on time with automated reminders.

Website review software that gives you peace of mind

Filestage is packed with security features that put you in full control of your review process. Password-protect your content, restrict downloads, and anonymize feedback – all in a couple of clicks.

And with full GDPR compliance, AES 256-bit encryption, and ISO 27017 certified EU servers, you can rest assured that your data is in good hands.

Your website feedback questions, answered

What are website annotation tools?

Website annotation tools are a type of collaboration tool that help you get feedback and approval on live websites and interactive HTML. You can import your content and share it with stakeholders. Then they can browse, add comments, and respond to other people’s feedback – all in one place.

Who can give feedback using website annotation tools?

With website annotation tools, you can collect user feedback, customer feedback, and even design feedback from your teammates and clients. In Filestage, you can keep different types of website feedback organized by setting up reviewer groups. These help to focus website feedback on specific topics, removing the need to filter and consolidate comments when you’re ready to make edits to your website.

How do you collect feedback on a website?

Import your website URL into a Filestage project, then share the review link with your teammates or stakeholders. They’ll be able to interact with your content, just like they would in their browser. Then they can switch to comment mode at any time to add feedback and create markers and annotations.

What separates the best website annotation tools from the rest?

The best website annotation tools have two big benefits. First, they let you set up custom workflows for reviewing content with your team or collecting user feedback – keeping everything organized and easy to find. And second, they capture a screenshot of the website whenever someone adds a comment. This means that, even if your live website changes, you’ll maintain context of what they were talking about.

What’s the difference between a website annotation tool and customer feedback tools?

Customer feedback software is a broad term that spans survey tools, website heatmaps, and other website analytics tools. They give you valuable insights about how people are using your website and how they feel about it. A website annotation tool is more visual, focused on things like website design and copy.

What’s the difference between a website annotation tool and feedback widgets?

Website annotation tools are designed to let you collect visual feedback on top of live websites and prototypes. Using visual feedback tools like markers and annotations, reviewers can give clear and contextual feedback that’s easy for designers to act on. A feedback widget, on the other hand, is a tool for collecting customer insights. These usually live in the sidebar of your site, making it easy for website visitors to access and share customer feedback.

What’s the difference between a website annotation tool and product experience insights tool?

A website annotation tool makes it easy to comment on live websites and prototypes and discuss feedback in context. A product experience insights tool is a bit different. Instead of discussing feedback and comments, it gives you insights into user behavior on your website.

How do you share banner ads for feedback and approval?

Create a zip file containing your banner files, then upload it to Filestage’s website review tool – just like you would a document or video. Invite your stakeholders or send them a review link, then they’ll be able to add comments, discuss feedback, and give their approval. All without sending a single email!

Is Filestage a free tool?

Filestage is not a free tool, but it does have a free version for freelancers and small businesses only working on a couple of projects at a time. We also offer a free seven-day trial of our Professional plan so you have plenty of time to try out more advanced features.

Do reviewers need to install anything to annotate websites in Filestage?

Your reviewers won’t need to create an account to use our website markup tool. All they’ll need to do is install our Google Chrome extension, Firefox extension, or Microsoft Edge extension depending on their preferred browser. They’ll be prompted to do this the first time they leave feedback, and it only takes a few seconds.

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