I know that Acrobat DC for Teams is a 5 person "licence" (that would be the Teams version i would be interested in)...
But what i want is EVERYTHING i would get from Acrobat Pro DC
WITH the benefit of being able to use it on several devices. (As i understand it - IF i want to use a full Acrobat package on my 5 devices: My iMac, MacBook Pro, Android 5G phone, PC with Windows, & my iPad - i would need a multi person "licence" - is that true?
There would ONLY be me using the multi-person "licence" but on 5 difference devices and in Android, Mac, and Windows PC.)
I have not been a fan of Microsoft Teams thus far - so, input about the different actual ease of functionality would be helpful as well.
So, for clarification - I already knew I wanted Acrobat Pro DC -
then i found out i cannot use it fully on all my devices listed above.
I did more research and found the Acrobat DC for Teams that would give me a 5 person licence.
I am not clear what I get (other than 5 person use - for me that would instead mean a 5 device use) and how to compare it to Acrobat Pro DC...
Nor how Teams plays into this
(confession: I have pretty much zero understanding / experience with Teams or anything MicroSoft at this point except Word/Excel/etc.).
I rather love being able to JUST use Acrobat without needing to go through another platform like Teams
(keep in mind - i may be saying and understanding this wrong - so be gentle).
I am trying to be certain i am getting all of Pro DC's offerings
along with, at minimum,
the extra ability to use all five of my devices listed.
I would like the ease of use to be the same or better than Pro DC on the version for Teams.
If there is MORE in the Teams package - i would like to know what & if it's actually really useful.
I only have until the 20th of February to make a choice and order -
so please advise -
and be mindful that I have a Traumatic Brain Injury -
so i can be redundant & entirely without brevity...
i really need precision in answers/responses. "I think" or "probably" or vague info confuses me incredibly and does not feel like an actual answer.