The Adobe Creative Cloud app and the Microsoft Teams platform enable effortless creative team collaboration. The Creative Cloud app for Microsoft Teams gives designers the ability to easily publish designs, receive feedback, and receive notifications of actions taken on their assets.
“Collaboration between business and creative teams is critical and we’re pleased to work with Adobe to expand the integration between Microsoft Teams and Creative Cloud to maximize the impact of creativity for our customers”, said Nicole Herskowitz, General Manager Microsoft Teams Marketing.
By subscribing to Creative Cloud for Teams – All Apps, the user has a unique opportunity to receive updates for all Adobe solutions. To do this, you need to purchase a license for a period of 1 year and get access to the console through which all updates are received.
Adobe Creative Cloud for Teams is a very easy setup. After installing the app, the Adobe Creative Cloud bot will ask you for some basic preferences, like where or not you want to receive notifications.
You are also able to add it to your team’s channel in a form of a tab. You get an instant overview of your Libraries.
In my example, I was able to view and share my Swatches from Photoshop right away.
Adobe Creative Cloud for Teams – All Apps is more than that. It is a complete suite of Adobe tools that includes:
- solutions for working with graphics (Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator)
- audio editing application (Adobe Audition)
- programs for processing and editing video (Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Prelude, Adobe SpeedGrade)
- web development solutions (Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe InDesign, Adobe InCopy, Adobe Muse, Adobe Flash Professional)
- the Edge family of software products (Animate CC, Inspect CC, Web Fonts, Code CC, Reflow CC)
- current version of Acrobat Professional
Creative Cloud Libraries enable users to manage, organize, access, and share logos, colors, font styles, and more in Adobe Creative Cloud applications. This system allowed teams to work efficiently, ensure consistency and synchronize with each other.
Microsoft Office adds Adobe Creative Cloud integration with PowerPoint and Word
Creative Cloud Libraries are also available in Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint, making it much easier for teams to create newsletters, presentations, flyers and more. Any changes you make to your logo, font format, or color will be seamlessly synced across all Creative Cloud libraries to keep all Microsoft Office projects up to date with the latest branding. This integration with Office 365 apps makes collaborating on creative projects a much more effortless experience.