[This is a poster to accompany an accepted talk #319] JavaDocs are often the only way in which method authors can communicate with their prospective clients and convey important usage directives, restrictions, and caveats. Unfortunately, these clients rarely have the time to search the documentation of each and every invoked method for directives hidden within the detailed narrative, and authors have no means of leading them to read their method documentations. This may lead to significant breakdowns. This poster presents eMoose, a framework that allows directives to be associated with methods, and then decorates calls to these methods to attract the reader's attention to them. It also augments the JavaDoc hover clearly identify the directives associated with the target. eMoose can also decorate calls when a directive is associated with an overriding methods in a potential dynamic type, alerting clients to potential conformance issues. Developers can associate directives by embedding them in the documentation with simple tags, or using a client-server model that allows API user communities to annotate and distribute directives for APIs without support from their vendors. eMoose also automatically decorates calls to methods with to-do comments to increase awareness of their unfinished nature. The tool is freely available from http://emoose.cs.cmu.edu.