Search for help and discover tools, hands-on tutorials, articles, and Quick Actions to accelerate your workflow.
The new Discover panel oﬀers contextually relevant help and learning resources to help you level-up and take on new challenges in Photoshop.
The panel gives you recommendations based on your skills and your work. These recommendations include tips and tutorials on how to get multi-step workﬂows done faster. You can also ﬁnd Quick Actions, a one-click solution for Photoshop’s most used workﬂows, such as removing and blurring backgrounds.
To access the new Discover panel at any time in Photoshop:
To exit the Discover panel at any point, hit the Esc key. If you have typed some search query, first hit the Esc key to exit out of the search mode and then press Esc again to exit the Discover panel.
What's New content highlighting new Photoshop features is now browseable through the new What's New section in the Discover panel home.
You can use the Discover panel search bar to access the full repository of tools, in-app tutorials, articles, and Quick Actions to help you build your skills. Search offers auto-complete suggestions including suggested content, tool shortcuts, and quicklinks.
Use the back arrow to return to the previous page, or select the home icon in the right to start over.
The Discover panel offers a search experience on the new set of filters that are available under the Neural filters feature. Additionally, it offers auto-complete suggestions while typing a search query that matches the name of a filter available under Neural filters.
The Search results page organizes recommended content into easily identifiable categories.
Find important information more quickly with streamlined Productivity optimized quick search results. You can now find tools & features at the top, Quick Actions in the middle, and suggested searches at the bottom.
The Discover panel surfaces tools and menu items based on your search queries. When clicking on search results, a floating blue coach mark will appear to help you discover where the tools or menu items are located.
Photoshop features in-app tutorials that walk you through techniques and guided workflows so you can quickly complete tasks. Simply click Browse > Hands-on tutorials to begin your step-by-step learning journey. The presence of a blue indicator on the Hands-on tutorials entries indicates the availability of new hands-on tutorials.
With Photoshop 22.4.2, the browse capabilities of tutorials have been improved:
Browse tutorials: Tutorials can now be browsed by category and playlist. Now it's easy to see additional tutorials that are in the same playlist to better support getting help and learning.
Enhanced hands-on tutorials browse: The Browse capability for Hands-on tutorials now allows filter for category and skill level.
You can now find automatic Quick Actions available within Photoshop's Discover panel to help you accelerate your workflow and complete complex transformations in a single click. The presence of a blue indicator on the Browse > Quick Actions entries indicates the availability of new Quick Actions.
Skip Quick Action Preview:
You can now easily apply Quick Actions when you click on a Quick Action card. If you want to learn more about any of the Quick Actions, click the information (i) icon.
Simply open a desired Quick Action then click the Apply button and Photoshop will quickly complete the task on your currently open document:
Click the Revert button if you want to reverse the changes. You can also use the History Panel to undo or step back through any edits performed by the Quick Actions.
With an active internet connection, you can now access help and learn content directly in Photoshop. Simply click on any help content to start learning.
At the bottom of the search results page, you can find helpful design resources. Here you'll be able to search Adobe's Stock, Fonts, and Plugins from Creative Cloud directly in Photoshop.
You can now easily learn more about the Discover panel and customize preferences per your requirement.
To open the Discover panel settings, tap the settings icon in the bottom right of the Discover panel. You have two options under settings: How to use and Preferences.
How to use leads you to this Helpx article that describes all of the features that are part of the Discover panel.
Preferences allow you to modify a few of the Discover panel settings based on your requirement. By default, these preferences are enabled.
Location coach marks:
Hold the pointer over a tool or feature search result to reveal its location within the app.
Press Enter to select the top tool or feature when typing in the search field. When turned off, pressing Enter shows all results and closes the Discover Panel.