When it comes to editing PDF, DocHub is surely one of the best choice for you. You can annotate documents, whiteout text, append pages, merge files, includes fields and much more. The Page Manager of DocHub shows thumbnails of every page of your document, allows you to rotate, delete and reorder pages with the use of drag and drop. You can also merge PDFs or other documents together with just one click. Gmail, Google Drive and Dropbox have been integrated into DocHub. You can open and import files directly from your Gmail inbox or Google Drive to DocHub.
After you make the edits, you can directly export the file to Drive or import the Google Address Book and email the document to your contacts. DocHub also works on mobile platforms in the same way like it does on desktops. It means that with the help of DocHub, you can sign documents from anywhere without the need of a computer or installing the app on your phone. The edits are saved automatically and securely to the cloud in actual time and it means that the documents will always get synchronized among all devices. Along with European languages, DocHub also has support for Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Korean and much more.
Despite having a large number of useful features, DocHub also experiences some errors that have proven to be a major headache for many users. One such error is the Error 500. It is normally termed as internal server error. Error 500 has been common in many websites and even DocHub has been a victim of this error. Users have said that they are unable to access DocHub at all because the Error 500 is appearing on their screen. A user said that he tried to connect to DocHub throughout the day but he has been unsuccessful because of the Error 500. Some said that they were not able to login to DocHub because of the Error 500. A user said that she received the error while trying to sign documents through Gmail. If you are also experiencing the Error 500 on DocHub, you can follow these steps to fix the issue by yourself –
Open this link – https://myaccount.google.com/permissions.
Select DocHub in the section of ‘Signing in with Google’ and choose Remove Access.
Clear the cookies for dochub.com or you can also quit the web browser and reopen it.
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