Fix PDF viewing/editing problems
There are a bunch of complaints on this forum surround the PDF viewer/editor built into OneDrive. I also see similar PDF issues in OneNote.
One way to handle these is to let us use another PDF viewer/editor (e.g. Xodo) natively inside OneDrive. This means if I open a file from OneDrive and make annotations using Xodo, the file gets saved back to OneDrive directly. Without me having to save it to the tablet manually, then upload it to OneDrive manually and delete the unedited copy of the PDF from OneDrive.
Another option is for Microsoft to develop it's own full-featured PDF viewer/editor that addresses all of the issues others are highlighting in this forum. This doesn't seem to be a great use of Microsoft's time given that there are many other nice PDF viewer/editors out there and Microsoft has lots of other things to do (make OneNote, Teams, Planner, etc better).
A very simple use case example is that I need to sign documents often and I want the creator of the document to be able to put it out in a OneDrive/Sharepoint folder the team shares. Then I can open OneDrive on my Galaxy Tab A w/ S-pen, pull the PDF up in Xodo, sign the document, then close and the person can go right back into OneDrive and retrieve the signed doc. Wondering why this is so hard? In our ever more paperless world is no-one else doing something like this?
Besides, if a highlight text in a PDF file is also commented, I can only see the text is highlighted, but cannot see the comment... So I need to use another PDF viewer, like Xodo, to view these comments... >"<
P.S. Drive PDF viewer, Adobe Fill & Sign, and PDF Viewer provided by Dropbox cannot read these comments either...
Would also be nice to be able to flatten the PDF in the use case above (so digital signatures can't be copied/moved around) in Microsoft does go the path of developing its own PDF editor.