How to share a Photoshop file

How to share a Photoshop file

Creative Cloud users can share a Photoshop file (.psd) with external users who have neither Photoshop installed nor a Creative Cloud account. They just need a web browser to preview your work on a desktop computer, tablet, or smartphone. That dramatically improves the way creative professionals exchange files with designers and customers. In this video, I explain how to put your PSD file in the Creative Cloud, play with layers, share your work, and get feedback.

If you want to play with the file while watching the video, click here: https://creative.adobe.com/file/a07b0730-9524-4fd5-86bb-d3da22f6d73b

And you can even try it on your phone or on your tablet! No software needed; no Creative Cloud account required. And this is just a start, Adobe will add more and more sharing and collaboration features very soon. In my next videos, I’ll show you how you can share your Illustrator and InDesign files.

Here is another cool video by Lee Brimelow on the same topic: http://www.leebrimelow.com/sharing-designs-using-creative-cloud/

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