Our business would like to be able to save a pdf with fillable forms on our sharepoint. We want the crew to be able to open the document in adobe on an ipad so the customer can fill out the forms and sign the document right on the jobsite using the ipad. I have found a way to integrate adobe document cloud with sharepoint, but that is a web-based application and does not have a signing option. I would like to be able to open the document in adobe, fill it out, and sign it and have it save in sharepoint again all from the ipad's adobe app. I really hope this is possible because it will help our business a lot! Please advise.
Hope you are doing well.
In case of integration of Sharepoint with Adobe Acrobat Mobile Reader application, we don't have direct sharepoint tab in application. However, you can attach your onedrive which is ultimately synced with sharepoint and also with our app. In this way you can achieve what you are looking for.
Let us know how it works at your end. If you have any further queries please feel free to reach us.
Thank you for responding. I am using an apple ipad. When I get into sharepoint, I open it in a Microsoft program to open pdfs. I have attached a screenshots of the ribbon once in the document. I click on the "..." button in the top right hand corner and click "open in another app". I scoll over and select to the "..." button. I then click on "Edit" and and I do not see a "copy to Adobe" option. Not sure what is wrong.