Yes. If you forget to include the Notice with the filing, you can file it at a later time. The later filed Notice of Confidential Information must include the title and type of document that you are now seeking to make confidential, date of filing (if known), date of document, docket entry number, an indication whether the entire document is confidential or the precise location of the confidential information, and any other information the clerk may need to locate the confidential information. See Rule of General Practice and Judicial Administration 2.420(d)(2)(A). Remember, until the Notice is filed, the information will be available for public viewing.