Photoshop, Illustrator and Fresco now have the ability to collaborate on files in the cloud

Photoshop, Illustrator and Fresco now have the ability to collaborate on files in the cloud


Adobe has released an update for Photoshop, Illustrator and Fresco that enables collaboration on documents across all three Creative Suite applications using a new Invite to Edit feature.

This, the company claims, will save a lot of time for teams working on collaborative projects.

The Prompt to Review feature in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Fresco enables asynchronous editing on all platforms, including iPad and iPhone (for Fresco). Collaborators will be able to edit the shared cloud document one at a time. To do this, you need to save files in .PSD or .AI format as cloud documents and send invitations to other users to edit them. The user will also be able to edit the files shared with him. They can access shared cloud documents at assets.adobe.com and in the Creative Cloud desktop app.

Adobe also introduced the Preset Sync feature in Photoshop. Now you can sync your Photoshop presets wherever you use this graphics editor. This includes brushes, swatches, gradients, patterns, styles, and shapes. Preset Sync comes in a desktop version for macOS and Windows, and synced brushes are coming soon for an iPad version. Now you can turn preset sync on and off, and user preferences – folder structure, grouping, and preset order are preserved across all devices.

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