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For FAQs on the Share for Review, see InDesign Share for Review - FAQ.
I just did a share for review, and the published link looks like it made a low res version. Is there a way to give them a hi-res so I don't hear from them that it is pixelated.
You're seeing a low-res version of the file when shared because that's a copy that you've shared and not the actual file that you're working on.
The high-res file would be if you save it on the CC and then share it with the reviewers but with that, the reviewing tools won't be available.
I am happy to see Share for Review's rapidly improving.
I have two questions:
1) Can you create a Share for Review on one PC, and then (for example when at home) take a copy of the .indd file home and Update Link the Share for Review from a different PC?
2) What is the best thing to do when you click Update Link and, after two hours, you still see the blue "hour glass equivalent) spinning? Sometimes I have been able to exit InDesign and restart it and then able to Update Link. This time, restarting didn't work. When this happened before, I was able to (evantually) delete the Share for Review and create a new one. But then I had to send out a revised link to the reviewers.
Thanks for your suggestion. 🙂
1. It should work as the Share for Review feature is mainly an InDesign function that is linked to the Adobe ID and not the file so you can open any file and sign in with your same Adobe ID to access the functionality.
2. As I mentioned, the functionality is linked to your Adobe ID and therefore is completely dependent on your network connection.