Adobe Acrobat sign integration with Microsoft SharePoint eSignature

When enabled, users will now be able to initiate Adobe Acrobat sign eSignature requests from Documents in Microsoft SharePoint.

This is an opt-in feature in that admins must enable before it can be available in the tenant for end users.

This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 382129

When this will happen:

Standard Release: We will begin rolling out in late March 2024 and expect to complete in mid-May 2024.

How this will affect your organization:

SharePoint users who are also Adobe Acrobat customers can initiate eSignatures directly from PDF documents. The eSignature request will be processed by Adobe Acrobat sign, and a copy of the signed document will be automatically saved in SharePoint after signing. This reduces the risk of potential data leakage that customers often report as they move sensitive documents between SharePoint and third eSignature platforms. Manual download or upload of documents will no longer be required when initiating the request or when saving the signed documents back to SharePoint for long term storage. 

What you need to do to prepare:

This is an opt-in feature. If an admin wishes to enable this feature for their organization, they must select the ‘Adobe’ checkbox in the eSignature section of the Microsoft Syntex settings page within the Microsoft Admin Center.

Message ID: MC714179

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