There is currently no equivalent to ArcMap's adding annotation in the map layout in ArcGIS Pro. All annotation gets placed into a geodatabase...it is possible to add this option in ArcGIS Pro too?
What you are talking about was called Map Annotation in ArcMap. We've implemented Graphics layers in ArcGIS Pro for that functionality.
when you're converting labels to annotation you have the choice whether to convert into a geodatabase or a graphics layer. See the topics below for information on converting to a graphics layer
Thank you so much Wendy!
But how can I "move" the graphical annotations if I choose to convert it to Graphics (I usually prefer a standalone annotation layer than tying it to geodatabase)? In ArcMap it's simple--once you convert labels to annotations you can just move the labels as if it is a free moving text. But in ArcGIS Pro I kept clicking on the "graphics" and nothing happens.
Did I missed anything? It make ArcGIS Pro clumsy.
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