Learn how to get started with team projects.

Team projects is a hosted collaboration service that allows editors and motion graphics artists to work within Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Adobe Prelude, and Adobe Media Encoder.
This service is available to Creative Cloud for enterprise (CCE) customers and Creative Cloud for teams (CCT) customers with all Apps, Premiere Pro Single App, or After Effects Single app subscriptions. To learn more, see www.adobe.com/go/teamprojects.


If you are an enterprise user, ensure that your IT administrator has enabled the team projects service for your account.

Check your system requirements


To access the team projects service, ensure that you are connected to the Internet and logged in to the Creative Cloud desktop application using your Creative Cloud Adobe ID and password. 

Connect to the team projects service

  1. Launch Premiere Pro, After Effects, or Prelude. The team projects service is compatible with the following product versions:

    • Premiere Pro (April 2019 13.1, October 2018 13.0, April 2018 12.1, October 2017 12.0, April 2017 11.1, November 2016 11.0)
    • Adobe Media Encoder (April 2019 13.1, October 2018 13.0, April 2018 12.1, October 2017 12.0, April 2017 11.1)
    • After Effects (April 2019 16.1.1, April 2019 16.1, October 2018 16.0, April 2018 15.1, October 2017 15.0, April 2017 14.2, November 2016 14.0)
    • Prelude (April 2019 8.1, October 2018 7.1, April 2018 7.1, October 2017 7.0, April 2017 6.1, November 2016 6.0)
  2. In the application, choose Help > Sign In.

  3. Sign in to Creative Cloud using your Creative Cloud Adobe ID and password.


Update your collaborator name or profile picture

Your collaborator name and profile photo are visible to others with access to the same team project. If your Public Profile on account.adobe.com is not complete, collaborators see your name as it appears in your Adobe account information. You can always update your Public Profile information at any time. 

  1. Log in to your account on account.adobe.com.

  2. Select the Profile tab.

  3. Under Public Profile, click the Edit profile button. Upload a profile image. Add or edit your name and company. 

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