Using Microsoft SharePoint with Acrobat Shared Reviews
When you think of Microsoft SharePoint, you might typically think of collaboration in the context of document management, wikis, blogs, status updates, team calendars, and so on. Well, what about document reviews? Yes, you collaborate using documents too. Rather then me explaining it all here, I have created a couple of tutorial videos and posted them on the Acrobat channel on Adobe TV and the tutorials section of AcrobatUsers.com. You can also watch them below…
The first one will show you how to initiate a shared review with Acrobat 9 that uses a SharePoint document library as the review location.
The second video shows a few things for SharePoint administrators to consider when setting up a workspace for the purposes of a shared review with Acrobat.
I would feel guilty if I didn’t mention Omtool Swiftwriter, a free plug-in that allows both Acrobat and Adobe Reader to open and save PDF files to SharePoint and other document management systems. You can find out more from their website.
Finally, if you are using SharePoint today, especially with Acrobat and Adobe Reader, the product management team would love to hear from you. Check this Shredding the Document article for more details. Otherwise, feel free to post a comment here about how you are using Acrobat with SharePoint, or what you would like to see.