Creative Cloud

Sync and share files and folders with collaborators

Learn how to use the private and public file and folder sharing options available in Creative Cloud. (Watch, 9 min)

FromPaul Trani

Share private and public folders with reviewers

Synchronize files to your Creative Cloud account from your desktop or through the web. Then, share with reviewers or post your work on Behance. Reviewers can view your work in a web browser, turn on and off layers, or scroll through a multi-page document even if they do not have an Adobe ID. The Collaboration feature gives reviewers more control allowing them to view, edit, rename, move, delete, or control versioning of the contents within a folder if they have a Creative Cloud account. 

Note: The interface has been updated since the time this video was made, although the features for sharing files and folders remains the same. Creative Cloud Files is now called Creative Cloud Assets. Click here to read more about the changes.

Preview a file and its layers (0:25); Public file-sharing and reviewing options (1:03); Private folder-sharing and versioning options (3:36)

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Paul Trani

Paul is an award-winning designer, an Adobe Certified Instructor, and a courseware developer with 15 years of experience. A writer and prolific trainer, Paul has earned top author status at Lynda.com and has created a steady stream of content for AdobeTV and Creative Cloud Learn as well as paultrani.com.