PDF Editor & Redaction Feature
PDF files can now be edited directly within CapLinked. The PDF Editor feature allows members to annotate, sign, edit and permanently redact confidential information from PDF files.
Who Can Use the PDF Editor?
When the PDF Editor is enabled for your account, workspace administrators will have the ability to use the PDF Editor feature.
Non-admin members with Upload permission to a folder will also have the ability to use the PDF Editor for PDF files within that folder. Non-admin members will not be able to see or use the PDF Editor for PDF files within a folder that they are not granted Upload permission to. For more information on setting permissions to folder for non-admin members, please reference: How to Set Permissions for Non-Admin Workspace Members
Where Can I Find the PDF Editor?
As a workspace administrator, you can use the PDF Editor by opening any PDF file to view in the browser that you've uploaded into your workspace. Once the file has opened to view, select the "PDF Editor" button on the right side of the page. The PDF Editor button will also be viewable for non-admin members upon opening PDF files in any folder that they've been granted Upload permission to.
After opening the PDF Editor, use the tool options located at the top of the page to edit the PDF file. Once your edits are complete, select "Save File" on the right side to save a new version of the file.
Each time a PDF file is updated and saved using the PDF Editor feature, the new version of that file will become the default and the file's version badge will update to the newest version number. The version badge is the V badge to the right of a file's name that indicates how many versions a file has (ex. "V3" means that there are 3 versions of that specific file).
How to Enable the PDF Editor for Your Account
If you're interesting in having the PDF Editor enabled for your account, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.