Different file updating procedure on different iPads
I use the Acrobat app both on my four iPads and an iPhone7 to frequently update and revise my existing pdf files with newer versions of themselves. On my older iPad 2 and iPad Mini, as well as my iPad fourth-generation, this is a very easy process. I email the PDF to myself and then choose to open it in Adobe. Then, I move it to the folder its earlier version appeared in and it automatically replaces the prior version. That easy process doesn’t exist on the Adobe App designed for my iPad mini 4.
On my iPad mini 4, unfortunately, to prevent having duplicates, I have to first delete the original version of the PDF. To do that, I have to move from Adobe’s top folder down through my extensive Adobe folder system I created to find the prior version, then delete it, then go back out to the top menu to find the new version of that pdf I updated and then move it all the way back to the folder where the prior version was found. Please change it back to the way it was on my other iPads and my iPhone 7 with respect to this one aspect. This is maddening.
A second and unrelated problem is with the organization of the Adobe folders and subfolders on my iPad 4th Generation. That one has its own unique Adobe app problem. Specifically, the organization of the sub folders on that model is not alpha numeric but, instead, appears almost completely random. This makes it much harder to find a desired sub folder. Can you please fix the app for that particular iPad model?