Get ready: Adobe SendNow is transitioning to Adobe Send
Spring is in full swing around here, people. Trees and flowers are blooming all over the place! It’s a time for new beginnings! A time for new growth! A time for age-old clichés about caterpillars becoming butterflies! Which, incidentally, is why we’re here. On May 12, 2014, Adobe SendNow is turning into a figurative butterfly (and flying away) as we begin our transition to a brand new service: Adobe Send.
Adobe Send is going to be a lot like SendNow in many ways, so all you current SendNow users can look forward to enjoying similar functionality. Primarily, you’ll still be able to send and track large files — plain and simple. That said, Adobe Send is also going to have a sweet new pair of wings: as part of an improved, integrated set of Adobe document services, Adobe Send will make it even easier for you to send and track large files online. Whether your documents live in Acrobat.com cloud storage or on your computer, Adobe Send helps you send them off to wherever they need to go — and lets you keep track of them the whole way there.
So what does all this new growth means for SendNow? For a limited time, the two services will exist side by side to allow for an easy transition. Later this year, however, our old caterpillar will be retiring to make room for the new service.
Don’t worry: all paid SendNow subscriptions will automatically become Adobe Send subscriptions (no work required on your part), and we’ll give you a heads up before we ask you to make the switch. Once we have more information for you, we’ll share it here and in the SendNow forum. In fact, we’ve already posted a few FAQs to help cover the basics and make the upcoming transition as easy as possible for you. If you have any questions that aren’t answered in the FAQ, just post them in the forum and we’ll answer them as quickly as possible.