Two of my collegues who also have small offices told me they stopped using it for contracts and signatures, the competetion was worse but now we have no choice but to stop paying for this. I will also have to stop using it, it is too buggy. There are so many bugs that its practically un-usable, unless you are doing it as a hobby and then you wont pay for it. If you run any sort of agency and have to send docs for signing and filling, this has now become the least professional option. I already submitted feedback and bug reports and tickets and it seems Adobe is just another headless agency, so enjoy running around like a chicken until you have no users. Trust me, there's plenty of competitive companies waiting to take your lunch. I can't use it anymore, even if you paid me, its just extra work for me to edit and send out docs now through it, extra hours sitting here trying to figure out why it doesn't work... That's your developer's job, not mine.
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