To start, create a free Annotary account. You will then be prompted to install the Annotary toolbar browser extension on your computer.
When you come upon an interesting web page you'd like to save, click the Annotary button in your browser to open the Annotary toolbar.
From there, Annotary will present you with a toolbox to bookmark the page and mark it up. Press the Save Page button in the pop-up window that appears and start annotating!
After you highlight a relevant box of text, a sticky note will pop up, allowing you to add your own notes related to the highlight. If you decide you no longer need the note or mistakenly highlighted the wrong passage, just mouse over them and a small trash icon will appear for you to click and delete.
Once you're done, your highlights and notes will be saved for reference later on your Annotary account. Just click on the home on the Annotary toolbar and your account will load.
You have the option to make a collection visible only to a particular organization. This is in addition to the normal options of keeping a collection private (visible exclusively to you) or public (visible to everyone, to your organization and beyond).