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Confusion on Adobe Acobat Sign for SPO end of support in June 2024

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Mar 26, 2024 Mar 26, 2024

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My organization is using the SharePoint Add-On app which from what I can tell is branded "Adobe Sign for SharePoint Online", notice that it is not "Adobe Acrobat Sign for SharePoint Online". 

The process:

  1.  Select file from SharePoint library
  2. Send for Signature in the SharePoint menu ribon 
  3. Adobe Sign opens (within SharePoint), and agreement is configured and sent.
  4. Documents are signed 
  5. Documents are automatically stored in a "Signed Agreements" folder within SharePoint Online.

 

Is this the same as Adobe Acrobat Sign for SharePoint Online?

Is our solution end of support in June 2024?  

 

I thought that Adobe Acrobat Sign for SharePoint Online involves using Adobe Acrobat as a starting point or using a web version of adobe acrobat as a starting point?  I also thought the other difference is that Adobe Acrobat Sign for SharePoint Online lives outside of the organizations SharePoint infrastructure as apposed to the SharePoint Add-On App called "Adobe Sign for SharePoint Online" which runs on top of the oranization's SharePoint.

 

I would love some help in validating the above assumptions and ultimately and confirming that the SharePoint Add-On App called "Adobe Sign for SharePoint Online" is not part of the services impacted by End of Support notice in the following banner.

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Adobe Employee ,
Mar 31, 2024 Mar 31, 2024

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Hi Joel3428986911hp,

 

Thank you for reaching out.

 

Adobe Sign is now known as Adobe Acrobat Sign. The information shared above is correct. For more information, please refer to the following help page: https://adobe.ly/49k0I1V.

 

Thanks,

Meenakshi

 

 

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