InDesign Share for Review - do reviewers have to have adobe accounts?

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The "Invite Only" access I'm sharing with my colleagues shows them the message "Enter a password if one has been shared with you," and "Have an adobe account? Sign in to see if you have access." 

 

Do reviewers have to have an adobe account to add their comments at the Share for Review online link?

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Correct answer by Steve Werner | Adobe Community Professional

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https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/share-the-document-for-review-faq/m-p/11210805?cid=101&cgid=18269&page=1#M190388

 

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Invite only: Use this option to share the document with stakeholders using the Email address associated with their Adobe ID. 

Note: Stakeholders cannot reshare this link for review with anyone else. 

Public linkAny person with access to the URL can access the document. You can secure public links with a password that you share with stakeholders invited for review.  "

 

Anyone can get a FREE Adobe ID, by the way. You don't have to be a subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud.

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InDesign Share for Review - do reviewers have to have adobe accounts?

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The "Invite Only" access I'm sharing with my colleagues shows them the message "Enter a password if one has been shared with you," and "Have an adobe account? Sign in to see if you have access." 

 

Do reviewers have to have an adobe account to add their comments at the Share for Review online link?

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Correct answer by Steve Werner | Adobe Community Professional

See this link:

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/share-the-document-for-review-faq/m-p/11210805?cid=101&cgid=18269&page=1#M190388

 

"

Invite only: Use this option to share the document with stakeholders using the Email address associated with their Adobe ID. 

Note: Stakeholders cannot reshare this link for review with anyone else. 

Public linkAny person with access to the URL can access the document. You can secure public links with a password that you share with stakeholders invited for review.  "

 

Anyone can get a FREE Adobe ID, by the way. You don't have to be a subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud.

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See this link:

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/share-the-document-for-review-faq/m-p/11210805?cid=101&cgid=...

 

"

Invite only: Use this option to share the document with stakeholders using the Email address associated with their Adobe ID. 

Note: Stakeholders cannot reshare this link for review with anyone else. 

Public linkAny person with access to the URL can access the document. You can secure public links with a password that you share with stakeholders invited for review.  "

 

Anyone can get a FREE Adobe ID, by the way. You don't have to be a subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud.

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