Teams membership gives you access to the latest desktop apps, collaboration tools, and services you need to create your best work.
To gain access to Creative Cloud or Document Cloud for teams products and servoces, your IT administrator needs to invite you. If you can’t find the email invitation, ask the administrator to resend it. Once you receive your invitation, accept it to become a member.
To learn how to accept an email invitation to become a member of Adobe Creative Cloud for teams, see Join a teams or enterprise membership.
Download and install your first app
To get started, simply download your first app from the Adobe website. The Adobe Creative Cloud desktop app—which you’ll use to manage future downloads—is installed at the same time.
To learn how to download and install Creative Cloud apps, see Download your Creative Cloud apps. For Document Cloud apps, see Download and install an Adobe Acrobat DC subscription.
Launch & use your apps
With the Creative Cloud desktop application, you can easily see all your Creative Cloud apps at a glance and launch them with a click. You can also launch your apps the same way you normally launch any app on your computer, from their installed location.
Manage your Creative Cloud apps and services
The Adobe Creative Cloud desktop application is your central hub for managing the dozens of apps and services that are included in your Creative Cloud membership. You can also sync and share files, manage thousands of fonts, and access libraries of stock photography and design assets.
To learn how to download, install, and update apps; share files; manage fonts; access stock images; and more, see Manage your apps and services.