I assume that you have the previous version of the Adobe Reader for iOS app because your iPad is running iOS 6.
Yes, there is a way to upload multiple documents to Adobe Document Cloud.
- Go to the Reader home screen.
- Tap My Account.
- Sign in with your Adobe ID (if you haven't signed in already).
- Tap Documents (which displays all of the files that are stored locally on your iPad/iPhone).
- Tap Edit in the upper-right corner.
- Select the files that you want to upload.
- Tap the Upload icon in the bottom bar.
- Tap "Save to Acrobat.com". (Acrobat.com is now renamed to Adobe Document Cloud.)
Here's the screenshot from Adobe Reader for iOS version 11.6.4.
Please note that you can upload up to 6 files at a time.
This option is also available in the latest version of Acrobat Reader for iOS version 15.x. (But the user interface is a little bit different.)
If you have large files (in size) or a large number of files, it may be faster to transfer the files from your iPad/iPhone to a Mac or Windows desktop computer using iTunes and upload the files on your computer to Adobe Document Cloud (https://cloud.acrobat.com/) via a web browser + Ethernet (not Wi-Fi/wireless) connection.
Please let us know if you have additional questions.
I have a folder on my iPad inside Adobe reader app with a lot of PDFs within sub folders, I highlight answers on each of those PDFs with a lot of questions everyday. I want the entire folder to be on the cloud with all of its PDFs and annotations, exactly how it is with its sub folders. So I would be able to review them on my iPhone.
Is it possible please?????
if it is, how may I do that.