Adobe Experience Manager Forms
Adobe Experience Manager Forms (formerly LiveCycle)
[Adobe Experience] Manager Forms helps the organization in distributing complex documents and pdf's which are required by our employees to …
It is used to manage employee documents that need to be submitted to administrative or other departments. It is used across the whole …
I own a design company that does a lot of work for real estate agents. The most common way I use LiveCycle is to create flyer templates …
I use Adobe LiveCycle to manage our PDF forms and create new PDF forms. It allows me to quickly edit and update the forms whenever there …
The Adobe LiveCycle software has immensely helped my organization by being able to distribute complex documents with the right features …
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Adobe Experience Manager Forms (formerly LiveCycle) is designed to make it easy to create and publish forms for any device. With its machine learning and AI-fueled feature, Automated Forms Conversion, users can modernize forms at speed.
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[Adobe Experience] Manager Forms helps the organization in distributing complex documents and pdf's which are required by our employees to do their jobs effectively. It allows quick edit of documents whenever required.
- Ease of distribution
- Allows custom coding
- Ease of use
- Learning curve is steep
- Limited file sizes
- Requires training before use
Helps in creating forms that we normally used to create in Excel. For this reason alone it's a huge upgrade. Plus is relatively easy to use once you know how to use it. Also, it works best for forms that you need to fill in.
It is used to manage employee documents that need to be submitted to administrative or other departments. It is used across the whole organization, to the best of my knowledge. It prevents employees from having to fill out forms manually and submit them electronically.
- Submit/complete forms
- Easy tabbing
Filling out forms, electronic databases.
I own a design company that does a lot of work for real estate agents. The most common way I use LiveCycle is to create flyer templates for clients. Clients like this approach because all they have to do is grab a template and fill in the blanks.
- Ease of use for end users - the forms made from LiveCycle work flawlessly
- Adding sections dedicated to pictures or other elements - there is some room for design here
- Variety of choices for types of input to be added to each form and many options for configuring each of them
- Works REALLY well for forms that just require text information to be filled in
- Biggest issue is the user friendliness for the designer. It is hard to get elements to do what you want if you are adding any sort of design to your form. In my case I make flyers which require not only the form fills, but also other elements like pictures and background design elements.
- The import from PSD or AI function does not work properly most of the time. If you create a document with lots of visual elements, your best bet is to convert as much of that as possible to a rasterized image and then popping that in as the background rather than trying to import elements. They come out very wonky, colors are lost in conversion, and the layout doesn't come over.
If you are creating forms that you might normally create in Excel, this is an excellent upgrade. PDFs are easy to use and relatively easy to create. If you are designing a template for any sort of creative piece, LiveCycle is frustrating to use, but it can be done. It'll just require you to have patience and work around the limitations.
I use Adobe LiveCycle to manage our PDF forms and create new PDF forms. It allows me to quickly edit and update the forms whenever there is a change in laws or an internal review of our processes.
- It enables me to quickly update and distribute forms that have been changed.
- The layout features help ensure that the forms look professional.
- The ability to preview what the final form will look like and how it will work, while still editing, is extremely helpful.
- There are so many bells and whistles it can be intimidating.
- It is not a product you just pick up and use, there is some training needed.
We use PDF forms for our submissions to the USPTO as well as for obtaining signature documents. With LiveCycle, I can update forms, save them, load them into my docketing database, and have them pre-populated with data. This process ensures continuity, less chance for error, and the ability to save the paralegals time when it comes to preparing filings.
The Adobe LiveCycle software has immensely helped my organization by being able to distribute complex documents with the right features that are required in order for our reps to do their jobs effectively. The best part is the number of total options and flexibility that LiveCycle offers when compared to other professional solutions.
- The ease of distributing files among your team is super easy.
- The flexibility of options while creating documents.
- The ability to implement custom coding is huge during form creation.
- A better guide or intro tutorial would have been great to have.
- The learning curve is very steep.
- File sizes can be improved upon as complex projects often push limits of this solution.