Adobe brings document collaboration to Adobe illustrator Fresco iPhone Ipad Schneider Petapixel, Illustrator, Photoshop, & Fresco, which enables asynchronous editing across desktop, iPhone, & iPad from Jaron Schneider/PetaPixel.
Adobe is providing more benefits of a cloud-based architecture with a collaboration button & asynchronous editing in Illustrator, Photoshop, & Fresco with the Invite to Edit button.
The update will allow asynchronous editing on all supported surfaces iPhone, iPad, & desktop with the newly-added Invite to Edit button which will be found on the application’s taskbar on the upper right-hand. But it doesn’t allow for multiple people to edit a document at the same time, it makes collaboration easier.
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When you update Photoshop to the latest version, Click the Invite to Edit button then it will ask you to save your document to the cloud, where you & other people will access it across devices
On the next screen, it asks you to save the document & also display any other cloud documents which you have. Once you uploaded the file, then adding a collaborator is as easy as inviting via email address.
What is the Side Effects of this feature?
The side effect of using the feature is that any file you save on a cloud document doesn’t appear to allow you to easily save on your computer. The save as button came up in different window & seem not an easy way to save a version to a local machine.
Adding to the collaboration feature Adobe has added Preset Sync in Photoshop on desktop, which will allow syncing swatches, brushes, patterns, styles, gradients & shapes from your Creative Cloud account.
The added feature is available via updates from the Adobe Creative Cloud application on your desktop & through app updates on iOS & iPad.