How to share and sync PDF files across multiple devices.
Keep all your work in one place, no matter where you work on it.
It’s common these days to have a laptop, a tablet, a phone, maybe even a desktop. So when you’re working from one device, why shouldn’t you be able to pick up where you left off on another device? Learn how to sync PDF bookmarks across devices so that you can work flexibly, hassle- and paper-free.
Use cloud storage.
- What does cloud storage do? Cloud storage solutions back up your PDF documents and sync your pdf across multiple devices. This includes platforms like Google Drive, Dropbox, or iCloud.
- How do I save my PDF to the cloud? You can either save your work to your desktop and then drag it into your cloud storage, or you can log into your cloud storage and choose files to upload. Depending on your device and cloud storage platform, you might also be able to save it to the cloud through the File > Save As feature.
- How do I access my PDFs? Make sure you have access to the cloud storage you’re using on all of your devices. Usually, that means having the app downloaded on your phone, computer, and tablet, or accessing it through your device’s browser.
- What if I don’t have Wi-Fi? You don’t need the internet to read and mark up PDFs, but you will need it to save and sync. Back up any edited documents to the cloud when you do have Wi-Fi, and download documents so that you can access them when you don’t have Wi-Fi.