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On iOS (no Android user, but clients are similar):

  • open the note with the pdf
  • hit edit, then click on the pdf. If done right, 3 symbols occur at the bottom of the note field, above the keyboard.
  • The down arrow is for downloading the attachment, behind the 3 dots there is another download option. The 3rd is the inbuilt annotation tool.
  • Download to the devices memory, open it from there with your editor
  • When storing back, the simplest way is to create a new note with the modified pdf

Not an ideal workflow, but this is how it works (at least under EN iOS v10.2).

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16 hours ago, PinkElephant said:

On iOS (no Android user, but clients are similar):

  • open the note with the pdf
  • hit edit, then click on the pdf. If done right, 3 symbols occur at the bottom of the note field, above the keyboard.
  • The down arrow is for downloading the attachment, behind the 3 dots there is another download option. The 3rd is the inbuilt annotation tool.
  • Download to the devices memory, open it from there with your editor
  • When storing back, the simplest way is to create a new note with the modified pdf

Not an ideal workflow, but this is how it works (at least under EN iOS v10.2).

Ended up using this "not so ideal" workaround. Will have to make do until any future update rectifies the issue. Thanks @PinkElephant

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