Turn your PDFs into Action!

Wait, what?

Don’t let your project end with a PDF! Konveio turns regular PDF plans and reports into actionable websites that drive change and counter indifference.

Our software gives proactive leaders the tools they need to convey ideas, collect feedback, and spark action.


So how does it work?

Konveio lets you publish PDFs as engaging, interactive websites - not clunky downloads. Just upload your PDF into the online viewer, then add maps, videos, forms, and other multimedia to make the document more insightful and fun to explore. Readers can then provide feedback using embedded surveys or commenting directly on the document.



Add interactive overlays on top of your content to make it easy to understand. Drop pins with maps, forms, newsletters sign-ups, street views, videos, virtual reality and other elements that help people understand your content by letting them explore, not just read.


Gain Support

Gather support for your plan or policy by adding actions that help drive implementation. From newsletter subscriptions, to taking pledges, signing petitions or contacting representatives, the opportunities for action are endless.



Ever been unsure whether your plans or policies have buy-in from your target audience? Konveio gives you powerful tools to involve stakeholders in the drafting stages and evaluate their feedback.



Create overview pages that summarize core themes or aspects of your document and guide readers to the relevant information deep in your PDF with colorful links.


“I have been consistently pleased with how easy the platform is to use. Konveio has been a great experience for my client; it has injected a feeling of transparency and customer-friendly service that they are thoroughly enjoying.”

Quote Source: Tara K., Cody, WY


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“We have been getting great feedback from our community on the use of Konveio. It was really easy to load our documents and it's been easy to review and reply to comments within the document as well.”

Quote Source: Autumn S., City of Bloomington, IN