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How to conquer your to-do list in time for happy hour

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You know the daily drill all too well: You pump out pitch decks, proposals, and documents, sharing with your team or clients, they comment and suggest edits for what seems like forever, and then you finally get sign-off 15 minutes after happy hour ends, which is a huge bummer because nothing goes down easier than a half-priced cocktail after a long day of grinding it out.

If only you could get your documents viewed, edited, and signed faster and more efficiently, right? With Acrobat, you can. Just click and drag our slider tool in the scenarios below to reveal how Acrobat can streamline everyone’s workflow into one easy-to-use app and help you get all your daily deliverables wrapped up in time for a bev with your buds, or however it is you’d like to spend your off-the-clock time.

Remote freelancers

Woman working from home, overwhelmed by different computer devices strewn across living room.

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Another day

Joanna is living the remote freelance lifestyle and loving it, but dashing between different meetings while juggling client asks is a huge time suck. She can barely find time to get any work done, making that much-needed yoga break feel forever out of reach. 

A better way

A client emails Joanna on her way to a meeting and asks for PDF tweaks ASAP. Acrobat’s got it. The Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app is packed with tools she can use to view, comment, and share PDFs from her phone. She can even upgrade to Adobe Acrobat Pro and tackle so much from any device — maybe she doesn’t need to rush to that meeting at all. Shavasana, here she comes.

Marketing pros

Group of four coworkers in conference room juggling documents between multiple devices.

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Another day

Corey’s days consist of pumping out pitch decks and getting everyone to sign off, which can be a pain because his creative team uses different platforms than his account and marketing teams. Corey wishes he could spend less time wrangling comments and consolidating feedback so that everyone could get final approval faster and make it to happy hour. 

A better way

With Adobe Acrobat, Corey can convert his decks to a PDF and the entire team can review it, add text, and even discuss within the comments, streamlining the approval process. Corey now receives feedback from everyone in one PDF, sends his million-dollar idea off to the client, and celebrates over half-priced frozés with the team.

Legal eagles

Disgruntled man working from home, struggling to decipher different spreadsheets. Dog sitting on couch, patiently waiting for owner to take them on a walk.

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Another day

As a mortgage loan officer, Amir’s job is all about collecting financial information and signatures from his clients. When a new client came to Amir about a loan for a house, shuffling the digital files through his company’s secure client portal took longer than his client’s house was on the market and his clients missed the opportunity. 

A better way

Amir uses Acrobat Pro to convert his files to password-protected PDFs, so he knows his client’s info is always secure. The Adobe Acrobat Sign tool also lets Amir send, track, and collect legally binding e-signatures from any device, so he can push through the paperwork and help his clients land their dream home, even if he’s walking his pup in the park.

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