Collaboratively annotate data with the internal team, your own vendor, or Labelbox Boost (data labeling service).

Annotate is the data labeling platform within Labelbox. It provides your organization the flexibility to label data with any human workforce, at any scale.

How Annotate works

When it comes to deciding how to label your data, you have the following options:

  • Outsource this task to a labeling service — these external teams receive training on the specific labeling tasks required and quickly proceed to label large datasets (see Workforce).
  • Import your model predictions as pre-labels to speed up the labeling process (see Model-assisted labeling.
  • Rely on your own internal team of labelers to label your dataset (see Labeling editors).

Regardless of the labeling method you choose, Labelbox Annotate is a central place where you can manage all of your labeling projects, customize your labeling & quality workflows, and monitor your labeling team's performance.

Customizable labeling editor

The editor is the labeling interface purposefully designed to be highly configurable. The editor is the primary tool for creating, viewing, and editing annotations. The labeling editor supports the following media types out of the box:

Images | Video | Text | Documents | Geospatial | Audio | Conversational text | HTML | DICOM

Customizable labeling & review settings

You can set up customized review steps based on your decided quality strategy in your project's Workflow tab. As you work with large, complex projects, having to review all labeled data rows becomes increasingly time-consuming and expensive.

You can leverage workflows to create a highly-customizable, step-by-step review pipeline to drive efficiency and automation into your review process. To learn more, read Workflows.

Additionally, you can set leverage the following quality tools:

Labeling workforce

Powered by Labelbox’s data engine, you can leverage Labelbox Boost to collaborate with an external labeling workforce in real time and produce high-quality data while leveraging AI and automation techniques to keep human labeling costs at a minimum.

To learn more, see Workforce Boost

Getting started with Annotate

  1. Create a project
  2. Label some data
  3. Set up a review workflow
  4. Monitor your team performance