Adobe XD Adds Integration with Microsoft Teams
Creativity meets collaboration.
We’re excited to announce a new integration between Adobe XD, the end-to-end solution for UX/UI design, and Microsoft Teams, the chat-based collaboration service and hub for teamwork in Office 365.
Building on the existing integration between Creative Cloud and Microsoft Teams that launched last year, we’re excited to extend support to Adobe XD, enabling designers and stakeholders to collaborate more efficiently on prototypes and design specs.
Powerful XD sharing workflows
Using XD, designers can quickly create and share prototypes for websites and mobile apps. In addition, they can publish design specs that include production-ready assets and documentation that enable developers to implement the design.
Rather than send these links over email, organizations using Microsoft Teams can now benefit from a richer experience, which includes seeing a summary and thumbnail preview of the prototype or design spec — and it all works by simply pasting a link generated by XD into Microsoft Teams.
Faster review cycles
As a designer posting your shared prototypes and design specs to Microsoft Teams, you also get notifications when stakeholders make comments, meaning that you’re always up to date and don’t need to manage comments flowing into your email.
Assets at your fingertips
In addition to supporting XD sharing workflows, the Creative Cloud integration with Microsoft Teams also provides quick access to your Creative Cloud files and libraries right within your Microsoft Teams workspace. This makes it easier to find and share assets from Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and other Creative Cloud applications.
It’s always been our goal to remove the friction that comes from designing, prototyping, and sharing user experiences and enable fast-paced iteration. With the integration of Microsoft Teams and Adobe XD, we’re excited to deliver a major boost to your productivity when working as part of a team.
As always, we look forward to your feedback, and encourage you to provide feedback and feature suggestions on our UserVoice site.