If client does not have Adobe ID and does not want to create one (it’s free to create), then instead of choosing to send an ‘Invite Only’ Share for Review link, designer should send a ‘Public’ link to the reviewers.
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I created a private share, specified the email of who to share it to, a person that does have an Adobe id and who was even using Indesign and other apps at that moment.
He got an email with a link. Upon clicking it he gets a "no permission" error.
I have to agree with Anonymous, these things shouldn't get past internal testing. But this has been feature for a while and I would assume someone would have fixed this by now. After trying a couple more times, I used the "update link" button once and then asked them to click the link again and somehow it allowed him to view the file. But the very next time we tried to share another doc it failed for permissions again even with me choosing update link beforehand.
Could be a handy feature, just glitchy or not thought out enough. No one wants to share internal docs publicly. If you give us the option to share it private and specify users to send links to it should just open for them. They shouldn't need an Adobe ID or to be logged in even if they have one.