Share a file or folder publicly

Learn how to share links to your Creative Cloud files, folders, and libraries. Anyone with the link can view the assets from a browser, even if they don't have a Creative Cloud subscription. Collaborators can comment or download copies.

Share links to a synced file or folder

You can create and share a link to any folder you have, except for shared private folders where you have view-only permissions. If the owner later decides to make the folder private, the link you shared earlier won't work.

  1. Sign in to the Creative Cloud website

  2. Select the folder or file you want to share. (To select it, hover the mouse over it, and check the box that appears.)

    Select a file or folder

  3. Select either Get link  or Share  > Get Link.

    Get link to a file

    Get a link to a folder

    The Share Link dialog displays the link.

  4. Set the Link Settings you want for the file:

    • Allow Commenting Lets link recipients add comments to the file.
    • Allow Save To Creative Cloud Lets link recipients save the file to their Creative Cloud account.
    Change link settings

    Note: Starting January 30, 2020, all public links allow downloading of the linked file. If you created a link before January 30, 2020 with Allow Download turned off, the download button is not shown for those files. 

  5. Select Copy Link, and share the copied link with the desired recipients.

     Link recipients cannot upload, update, or delete your assets. You can revoke access anytime you want.

Share links to a cloud document or folder

You can create and share a link to any cloud document file or folder you have, except for shared private folders where you have view-only permissions. 

  1. Sign in to the Creative Cloud website

  2. Select the folder or file you want to share. (To select it, hover the mouse over it, and check the box that appears.)

    Select file

  3. Select Share  to get the link.

    Select share link

  4. Select Change.

    Select change and adjust link settings

  5. Change Link Settings to customize file sharing:

    • Only invited people can access Lets only selected recipients to access the file.
    • Public: anyone with the link can view Lets anyone with the link to access the file.
    • Comment Lets link recipients add comments to the file. This option should be enabled to share the file for commenting.
    • Save a copy Lets link recipients save the file to their Creative Cloud account.
    Change link settings

  6. Select Copy Link, and share the link with your recipients.

 To share links to Creative Cloud files or folders from the Creative Cloud desktop app, go to the Files tab and select the folder or file you want to share. Select Share  to get the link. Once you see the Share document dialogue box, follow the on-screen instructions to share links with the desired recipients.

Share links to libraries and library assets

Your collaborators can follow shared libraries and library assets. Whenever you update them, followers automatically get an update across all supported Creative Cloud apps.

  1. Sign in to the Creative Cloud website.

  2. Select the More actions icon () for the library or the library asset that you want to share, and select Share. Then, select Get link.

    Share a library

  3. Set the Link Settings you want for the library contents or assets:

    • Allow Follow Lets link recipients receive notifications for any changes to the shared library.
    • Allow Save To Creative Cloud Lets link recipients save the file to their Creative Cloud account.
  4. Select Copy Link and share with the intended recipients. Anyone with the link can view the library contents or the library asset.

    Share link to a library

Share Creative Cloud assets on Slack

You can share your Creative Cloud files, folders, libraries, and assets on Slack. For more information, see Share Adobe Creative Cloud assets on Slack.

Share InDesign document links for review

You can share your InDesign documents for review with stakeholders while controlling access to the shared documents. For more information, see Share InDesign documents for review.

Share XD and Dimension files

Prototypes and design specs you create and share using Adobe XD are listed under Published in your assets. Similarly, 3D scenes you create with Adobe Dimension are listed under Published.

  1. Sign in to the Creative Cloud website.

  2. Navigate to the Published tab.

    Go to the Published tab

  3. To send a link to recipients, select the More actions icon () for the file, and then select Copy Link.

    Select copy link

For more information on sharing XD links, see Share prototypes and design specs using Adobe XD.

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