Use MS Lens for iOS. It's not a bad work around.
As a lecturer with 1000 students per trimester, either the MS OneDrive Dev Team fix this and and I keep teaching the lecture direct from OneDrive, or I just use GoodReader and advertise to my commerce students that they should spend money there instead.
I mean, our future business leaders are reminded that the developers of GoodReader produce a better product than MS. It's a nice way to remind students of how large corporations like MS can dig themselves in to holes the size of Research In Motion.
AGREE! You can actually vert to an earlier build via Text Flight. Install Apple's Test flight, and then opt into test builds of OneDrive. Then go to PREVIOUS BUILDS and find build 10.36.2. ← The best version of OneDrive will all the PDF mark up. It's wonderful!
Microsoft Lens for iOS has better scanning features, and it can scan from stored photos. OneDrive can not. The dream is to be able to:
→ scan (not necessarily scan direct from camera)
→ tone/contrast correct the background whiteness so we have a clean page but don't lose any data,
→ save to PDF on OneDrive,
→ OCR using OneDrive Cloud (it doesn't have be processed locally on my iDevice which might lack power/battery life
→ use iPad pro + Apple Pencil to mark up documents (like we used to be able to before the developers nerfed it!)
Come on Dev Team. MS OneDrive is pretty close to having a killer app here!