Feature summary | Photoshop desktop (February 2022 release)
Learn about new features and enhancements in the February 2022 release of Photoshop desktop (version 23.2)
We are excited to announce that Photoshop now has full support for the WebP file format! WebP files can now be opened, created, edited, and saved in Photoshop without the need for a plug-in or preference setting.
To open a WebP file, simply select and open the file in the same manner as you would any other supported file or document. In addition to open capabilities, you can now create, edit, and save WebP files. Once you are done editing your document, open Save As or Save a Copy and select WebP from the options provided in the file format drop-down menu to save your WebP file.
To learn more, check out Work with WebP files in Photoshop.
Improved performance for OilPaint filter
With this release, the OilPaint filter was rewritten to take greater advantage of native GPU resources on macOS and Windows, resulting in faster performance, particularly noticeable as you work on larger files. No other updates were made to the filter.
To learn how to work with the Oil Paint filter in Photoshop, see Work with the Oil Paint filter.
Easily find the Share button
We now have an onboarding feature to easily find the share option in Photoshop. You will now see a big blue Share button in the top right corner of the app workspace.
Support for 'Invite to edit' on Win ARM devices
Support for new cameras and lenses
Fixed customer-reported issues
For detailed information, see Fixed issues in Photoshop.
For detailed information, see Known issues in Photoshop.