Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign feature the Start workspace that lets you quickly access your recent files and files stored in Creative Cloud. Within this workspace, you may also have access to various resources tailored for your requirements. You can also search for Adobe Stock assets from within this workspace. In Photoshop, you can even work with your Lightroom photos in the Start workspace.
You will see the new Start workspace in one of the following scenarios:
There are two modes in the Start workspace: Work and Learn.
A set of tabs in the Work mode provides you quick access to the recent files and more:
You can search from millions of high-quality, royalty-free images, illustrations, and vector graphics in the Adobe Stock search bar located at the lower panel in the Work mode. For more information, see Using Adobe Stock.
The Learn mode of the Start workspace provides access to various resources available to you.
You can quickly create a document or browse for a document in the Start workspace.
You can hide the Start workspace so that it does not appear when you launch the app.