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Integrate apps from the Adobe Exchange on the Adobe Admin Console. And manage how the creatives in your organization use these apps.

This document is targeted at admins who are managing app integrations on the Adobe Admin Console.

If you're an app developer, read the Get started with Adobe Exchange Developer portal.

As an admin, if you need to provide access to API developers on the Admin Console, see Manage developers.

Adobe Exchange

The Adobe Exchange is a marketplace where developers can upload and distribute their created extensions. Users can browse, purchase, and download extensions, that augment the capabilities of their Creative Cloud apps.

We understand that the users of Adobe apps and services in your organization benefit by using many of the apps available in the marketplace. However, most organizations want to restrict, or at least control the apps that are being used by their users. Often, apps may access the individual's creative assets and your organization may have sensitive information in these assets. To ensure that your company's assets are secure and only approved apps are available to your end users, users will only have access to apps that you approve via the Admin Console.

Add an app integration

  1. In the Admin Console, navigate to Products > App Integrations.

  2. Click Add integrations.

  3. In the Select app integration screen of the Add app integrations wizard, select an app to add or search for apps on Adobe Exchange.

    The Integration details screen displays information about the app.

  4. After reviewing in the details, click Next.

  5. In the Set authorization policy screen, select a policy to manage how users access this app integration:

    • (Default) Allow all users to access this app integration: All users on the Admin Console can access this app.
    • Specify which users can access this app integration: Specify users or user groups from the Admin Console who can access this app.
    • Block all user access to this app integration: Don't allow any users access to this app. You might choose this option if you want to add the integration on the Admin Console and manage user access later.
  6. If you've chosen to either allow all users or block all users, you'll add the integration by clicking Add app integration.

    If, however, you're choosing users or user group to who will access the app, you'll be presented with the following screen to choose these.

Manage app integration access policy

You can manage the access policy on a single app integration. For example, you want to remove access for all users to a specific app. Or you can change the access policy for all the app integrations in an organization. Maybe IT is investigating a security breach in your organization, and you want to temporarily shut down access to all apps for all users.

Manage access policy at organization level

  1. Click Details at the top of the App Integrations tab.

    App Integrations tab

  2. You can choose one of the following access policies:

    • Allow users to access any app integrations
    • Or, Block all users from accessing app integrations

Manage individual app integrations

  1. Go to the Admin Authorizations tab and click Manage for the required integration. 

  2. In the Set authorization policy screen, select a policy to manage how users access this app integration:

    • (Default) Allow all users to access this app integration: All users on the Admin Console can access this app.
    • Specify which users can access this app integration: Specify users or user groups from the Admin Console who can access this app.
    • Block all user access to this app integratio: Don't allow any users access to this app. You might choose this option if you want to add the integration on the Admin Console and manage user access later.
  3. Click Save.

Manage users in an app integration

You can view the list of app integrations for which users have granted access to their requested Adobe content. You can view the list of users granted access and also revoke user consent for apps to access specific requested parts of their Adobe data.

  1. Go to the User-accepted integrations tab.

  2. For an App integration, click View users to view the list of who have granted access to their requested content.

  3. To revoke content for individual users, select one or more users from the list and click Revoke.

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