In the Microsoft Teams admin center, you can set up an installation policy and give Adobe Acrobat the required permissions, so it's the default app for viewing and editing PDFs. All PDF files within the Chat, Channels, and Files app will open directly in the Acrobat app within Teams once Acrobat is set as default. Tenant users don't need an Adobe Acrobat subscription or an Adobe ID to view PDFs, bookmarks, or search PDFs. However, to Create, Organize, Combine, Export a PDF, or comment and annotate PDFs, the tenant users will need an Adobe Acrobat subscription and an Adobe ID.
Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft Teams is supported on all modern browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge.
The Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft Teams is available in the following languages:
To know more about app consent, see View app permissions and grant admin consent in the Microsoft Teams admin center.
For more information, see Manage app setup policies in Microsoft Teams.
After you select Save, the Adobe Acrobat app is configured with Teams to open any PDF files in the Adobe Acrobat app from the Chat, Channel, or Files app. If you want to selectively allow the Adobe Acrobat app for a few specific individuals or for a group, you can assign a custom app permission policy.
Make sure you remove the pre-install policy before the app is blocked to make sure that end users are safely brought back to Teams default experience.