Did you know that you can change your default PDF reader in Microsoft Teams to Adobe Acrobat. Indeed, with Adobe Acrobat Sign and Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe is playing a key role in bringing collaborative applications to Teams.
This new experience eliminates the friction of switching between applications for organizations that prefer to work with their PDF files via Adobe Acrobat. This new integration can help increase efficiency, improve safety and reduce costs. By integrating Adobe into Teams, you can stay in your Teams team or channel by securely accessing and collaborating on PDF files directly from the Acrobat viewer in Teams.
Here is what is now available:
Set Adobe Acrobat as the default PDF experience for Microsoft Teams
To access this new integration, your IT administrator must set Acrobat as the default PDF application via the Teams Administration Center. Once the default application is set, all chat, channel and file PDFs will open directly in the Acrobat application within Teams. Users will not need an Adobe Acrobat subscription or Adobe ID to view PDF files, but will need an Acrobat Standard or Pro account for the premium features listed above. Learn more about getting started with Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft Teams.