Adobe Connects to Zapier to Make Collaborating with Your Team Even Easier
If you work with many stakeholders or collaborate with other designers, you know that maintaining design and brand consistency can be incredibly hard and time-consuming. Fortunately, Creative Cloud Libraries is there to help you manage style guides so you can work more efficiently, ensure creative consistency, and stay in-sync with your team. More than a million Adobe Creative Cloud customers use Creative Cloud Libraries to store frequently used design elements so they can easily access them from Adobe’s desktop and mobile apps. A designer can, for example, add graphics, colors, character styles, brushes, and layer styles to Libraries right from Photoshop, and anyone on their team can easily access those elements from other apps like Adobe XD, Illustrator, InDesign, or even from their Creative Cloud desktop.
But the creative process doesn’t always start and end in Adobe Creative Cloud. For example, many teams use third-party storage services like Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive to store content that’s associated with creative projects, and modern design teams use different collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams and Slack for stakeholder collaboration and much more. Using multiple tools creates friction in the design process, but fortunately, new tools like Zapier have come to the rescue.
Zapier is an online automation tool that connects your favorite apps, such as Gmail, Slack, Teams, Dropbox, OneDrive, and now, Adobe Creative Cloud, thanks to our new integration launched today. Adobe’s integration with Zapier lets you quickly connect Creative Cloud Libraries to over 2,000 apps in the Zapier network. You can build “Zaps” by choosing apps and defining actions to create custom workflows in just a few clicks. “Zaps” let you automate repetitive tasks without coding or relying on developers to build the integration.
When you use Zapier you can automate away tasks that used to take away your time and focus. Here are a few ways to make the most of Adobe Creative Cloud Libraries’ Zapier integrations.