There's no way you can get InDesign's footnotes outside the story's frame. You'll have to break them out of the inDesign story and place them in separate frames, as has been done for sidenotes, see e.g. http://www.kahrel.plus.com/indesign/sidenotes.html
The potential problem with your notes is that you don't have an awful lot of space for them. What would you do if there are two or more notes in a column?
Thank you for your reply.
Q: "What would you do if there are two or more notes in a column?"
A: Add one or two more line in the textbox on the master page, plus noting more sources next to each other. Which makes it possible to note approximately 12 sources.
But really? No way to I can get InDesign's footnotes outside the story's frame? Noway?!
Really sure about that? I use Adobe CC and I cannot believe that it isn't possible. Serious? I thought you can make every kind of lay-out with InDesign.
Join the very long queue who clamour for more versatile (foot)notes. Seriously, InDesign places its footnotes at the foot of the page, inside the frame in which the note is created -- there's no way round that.
> I thought you can make every kind of lay-out with InDesign.
That's probably true so long as you exclude footnotes.
Nee, helaas: automatische voetnoten bevinden zich altijd in hetzelfde tekstkader als waar het nootnummer in staat. Je kunt ook niet voetnoten in één kolom plaatsen als het brontekstkader uit meerdere kolommen bestaat...
Knippen en plakken dus...
Assuming you are Dutch by looking at your screenshot ;-)
Okay, I hope my 'footnote' feature comes out with the next upgrade of InDesign.
Jazeker, ik ben hartstikke Nederlands.