Create bookmarks readable in other applications
I would like to be able to create bookmarks using Xodo that are readable by other applications such as Adobe Acrobat, Kami, etc. The excellent iAnnotate app on iOS has this ability. Its bookmarks appear under a main "Branchfire" heading in all other apps. In the Xodo web app, these bookmarks appear in the 'outline' tab.
Perhaps add the option for users to move 'bookmarks' to the 'outline'?
I selected 'Android' for the category of this suggestion, but it really applies to all platforms.
Alas, this is a hard stop for my using this app. I was excited to find an otherwise great cross platform app, but Xodo bookmarks need to be made compliant with the PDF standard set by Acrobat. I cannot share my bookmarked PDFs with people who use Acrobat reader becausse they can not see my book marks.
Stan Bowman commented
What is the status of this suggestion. Xodo bookmarks still do not show in Acrobat. And, Acrobat bookmarks do not show in Xodo. I love Xodo. Some features are needed to make it a more effective PDF app.
Please make this happen, all other features are on point, this is a much needed feature.
why not just give the ability of edit the outline instead of this xodo-only "bookmark" that was implemented. I want to be able to access the bookmarks created in XODO in other pdf -readers.
Lewis van alstyne III commented
Bookmarks created in other apps (such as Power PDF) show up in the "Outline" field of Xodo, but the bookmarks created as "Bookmarks" in Xodo are not visible anywhere in my Power PDF. I do not support power pdf, I am required to use it for work and enjoy using Xodo to sync with the program, but the bookmarks I create in Xodo are not visible in the other app.
David Stanton commented
Currently the bookmarks that are made using XODO are not usable or available in other pdf programs, i.e. Adobe or Bluebeam. I would find it very useful to have the bookmarks that I make while reading or writing in XODO usable and available in all pdf programs that I use; that's kind of the point of making the bookmarks in the first place, isn't it?