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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.
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.
Navigate to the correct tab, and select the folder or file you want to share. (To select it, hover the mouse over it, and check the box that appears.)
Select either Get link or Share > Get Link.
The Share Link dialog displays the link.
Set the Link Settings you want for the file:
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.
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.
Your collaborators can follow shared libraries and library assets. Whenever you update them, followers automatically get an update across all supported Creative Cloud apps.
Select the options menu () for the library or the library asset that you want to share, and select Share. Then, select Get link.
Set the Link Settings you want for the library contents or assets:
Select Copy Link and share with the intended recipients. Anyone with the link can view the library contents or the library asset.
You can share your Creative Cloud files, folders, libraries, and assets on Slack. For more information, see Share Adobe Creative Cloud assets on Slack.
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.
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.
Navigate to the Published tab.
Select the XD or Dimension file that you want to share.
Select the options menu () for the file.
Select Copy Link, and then send the link to recipients.
For more information on sharing XD links, see Share prototypes and design specs using Adobe XD.