If you’ve ever edited a PDF, you know how frustrating it can be to work with them. You must use third-party tools or convert them to other formats, which can mess up the formatting or quality. That’s why OneDrive’s new PDF editing features are a game-changer for you.
OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud storage service that lets you access your files from any device. It already has basic PDF features, such as viewing, signing, and scanning. The tech giant has been adding valuable features to its productivity tool in the past, it’s adding more advanced options that will make your life easier.
You can now use a hand-drawn ink tool to edit a PDF. Simply press the edit button and you can just write down anything or even sign a document, right from OneDrive. You can also fill out forms and add comments. These features will be available on the web versions of OneDrive. You don’t need to download or install anything else.
OneDrive also integrates with other Microsoft apps, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. You can also share your PDFs with others and collaborate in real time.
According to the Microsoft 365 Roadmap OneDrive’s new PDF editing features are under development and they should roll out in the next two or three months. To use them, you need to have a Microsoft 365 subscription. If you don’t have one yet, you can sign up for a free trial or a monthly plan.
OneDrive is making PDF editing much simpler and faster for most users. If you need special tools and features, you need a dedicated PDF editor tool in the past. You can now do more with your PDFs without leaving OneDrive or switching to other apps. For people who review lots of documents like contracts, and agreements, this could be a life saver, especially with an iPad and Apple Pencil.