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Collaborating and sharing on Adobe Express

  1. Adobe Express User Guide
  2. Introduction
    1. Adobe Express Overview
    2. What's new in Adobe Express
    3. Adobe Express system requirements
    4. Keyboard shortcuts | Adobe Express
    5. Adobe Express | Frequently asked questions
    6. Release Notes
  3. Create and edit graphics, photos, and videos
    1. Getting started with Adobe Express templates
    2. Create multiple pages in Adobe Express
    3. Create a web page using Adobe Express
    4. Create a video using Adobe Express
    5. Animate texts and photos
  4. Create and manage brands
    1. How to create and manage your brand in Adobe Express
    2. Learn how to manage shared brands and branding assets in Adobe Express
    3. Using Custom fonts in Adobe Express
  5. Content Scheduler
    1. Content Scheduler overview
    2. How to get started with Content Scheduler
    3. Connect Content Scheduler to social media
    4. Edit Facebook preview in Content Scheduler
    5. How to @ mention in Content Scheduler
    6. Add multiple pages and images to Content Scheduler
    7. Social media character limits in Content Scheduler
    8. How to publish to Instagram in Content Scheduler
    9. Troubleshoot Instagram connection issues in Content Scheduler
  6. Quick action
    1. Resize your images using quick action
    2. Remove background from your images using quick action
    3. Convert your images to JPG or PNG using quick action
    4. Trim your video using quick action
    5. Resize your video using quick action
    6. Convert to GIF using quick action
    7. Crop video using quick action
    8. Learn how to Convert PDF and Export PDF using quick action
    9. Edit PDF text and images using quick action
    10. Combine PDF files and organize PDF pages using quick action
    11. FAQ | Quick actions
  7. Publish and share
    1. Collaborating and sharing on Adobe Express
    2. Hosting your Adobe Express projects
    3. Creating and using Creative Cloud Libraries
    4. Transferring projects between accounts
    5. Privacy and permissions
  8. Adobe Express on mobile
    1. Adobe Express for iOS
    2. Adobe Express for Android
    3. Manage Adobe Express subscriptions on iOS
    4. Manage Adobe Express subscriptions on Android
    5. Manage Adobe Express subscriptions on Samsung Galaxy Store
  9. Adobe Express for Education
    1. Adobe Express for Education
    2. Teachers- all you need to know about Adobe Express for Education
    3. Students- all you need to know about Adobe Express for Education

Collaborating with your team and sharing your creations is easy on Adobe Express. Read on to learn more.

Collaborating on Adobe Express

Sending invitation

You can invite anyone to edit your Adobe Express projects on the web. Here's how:

 You have to be on on your desktop or laptop to invite collaborators. On mobile, collaborative projects will become disabled to avoid introducing conflicts. 

  1. To invite people to your project, click the three dots in the upper right corner of your project card. Select Share > Invite. Alternatively, if you are editing a project, click the invite icon on upper right.

  2. Enter the email address of your collaborators and select Invite

    You can invite as many people as you’d like to edit your project.

  3. The recipients will receive an email or an in-app notification inviting them to edit the document. 

Accepting an invitation

You will receive an email or an in-app notification inviting you to edit the project. Click Accept to start editing. Projects shared with you will appear in a new tab in your project organizer called Shared with you.


  • Only one person can edit a Adobe Express project at a time to avoid conflicts.
  • If you are a recipient of a project, you can download a project or grab a link to an already-published project, but only the owner can publish or update a link.

Sharing your Adobe Express project

Once your project is ready to be shared, click Share on upper right.

Publish: Select Publish to share your creation on multiple channels Adobe Express connects with:

  • Select Facebook or Twitter to directly share your post in the platform.
  • Classroom's can be synced with Adobe Express and you can share your creations in a single click. Select Classrooms to see the ones that you have joined and simply select where you want to share your creation.
  • If you want to share in Microsoft Teams, select Teams. In the pop-up window, enter the name of the Team or Channel you want to share your project with and click Share.
  • To open your mail box and share via email, select Email.
  • To generate unique URL for your project which can be shared, allowing anyone to open your project from anywhere at any time, select Link.

Note: For now, you can only publish posts one page at a time. The feature to publish posts with multiple pages stored in a project is coming soon. 

Invite: to invite collaborators to your project, select Invite. Only people with edit access can open with the link shared when you select this option. People who don't have edit rights can request access.

Make a template: select this option to copy the project to your library which can be then used as a template in the future. You and anyone who has access to the library it is saved in, will be able to start a new project from this template.

Send to Google Drive: select this option and choose an account you want to continue with. Adobe Express will require permission to access and view your drive. Select Allow. Your project will be saved to your drive.

Download your Adobe Express project

You can also save your creation locally on your desktop, or to the device camera roll to view offline, upload to other websites, or remix with other apps. You can save your project as PNG, JPG, or PDF.

When downloading a project with multiple pages, selecting the PNG, JPG, and MP4 options produces a zip file with individual files in them. Selecting the PDF option produces a single PDF with multiple pages featured inside. 

In a project with multiple pages where one page is animated, select a video format. This will download the animated page as a video, and the static pages as PNG. 

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