Enable ability to save PDFs in Adobe Scan to One Drive
Many corporations use One Drive in conjunction with Acrobat and Adobe Scan - currently to move an Adobe Scan PDF to One Drive, a user first saves to their default Adobe document cloud account, and then has to download to their computer, and then re-save to One Drive, which is not a bit user/ customer friendly
Hans Dahl commented
I think its difficult to see any argument not to intergrate to OneDrive or what people us other than forcing people to stay in the adobe environment.
Many companies have IT security policies that don't allow for other cloud based storage outside of OneDrive, so not having OneDrive as an option as the default cloud storage point (without needing to save to Adobe Cloud first); would be a deal breaker for those companies.
Peter Hanley commented
Ability to save a scanned file right from Adobe Scan or Acrobat to Microsoft OneDrive would make it more likely that I'd use these Adobe tools. Without it Adobe is making it too difficult to do business. IT should even allow you to make a OneDrive folder the default save folder if we don't want to use the Adobe Cloud drive.
AdminPoorvi Singhal (Admin, Adobe) commented
Hi, currently we upload the scanned file to document cloud. However, you can save that to One Drive directly with the following steps:
1. Open the scanned file and select Save As (Ctrl+Shift+S)
2. In the Save As dialog select One Drive account from the left panel
3. Click Save > File will be save to your One Drive account