Hi, I am looking to find out if there is a way that when I "share" a pdf for review through acrobat.com. is it possible to see when someone has published their comments without needing to either open the file, tracker panel in acrobat or visit acrobat.com? I.e is there a growl type function that can highlight comments have been made on a particular review so that you know to go and revisit the file?
Often the file can get posted for review and forgotten about with other jobs getting in the way, so a simple reminder like this would prompt us to go and make alts.
Not sure if this is of any help but the Tracker does display the file name in bold when new comments have been added that you've not yet looked at, that might be a workable workaround for now? E.g. it could be a trigger for you to download new comments added? You'd still need to remember to check the Tracker once in a while though ;-)
If you were working with a shared server/directory instead, you could probably install a script in the directory that monitors the modification date on the comment .xml files? and then sends you an email if a new file appears (new reviewer) or existing file (current reviewer) is modified? Not sure how you could do that when using Acrobat.com . You might want to post that query on the AcrobatDotCom forum. http://forums.adobe.com/community/acrobatdotcom/
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