With the April 2021 release, Photoshop 22.3.1 has added support for accessing and editing shared cloud documents under the Shared with You tab while running natively on Apple Silicon devices. For now, some features including Synced presets, are available under emulation mode only. For details, see Photoshop for Apple Silicon.
Collaborate seamlessly by inviting others to edit your cloud documents. Easily find the cloud documents you have been invited to under the Shared with you tab in-app on the home screen, or access them from the Creative Cloud web or the Creative Cloud Desktop app.
- Open a Photoshop document and click the Invite to edit icon () in the top right corner of the app.
- In the Invite to edit dialog that opens, type in the email addresses of intended recipients to collaborate.
Note: When working with a non-cloud document on your computer, you need to save it as a Photoshop cloud document before you can invite someone to access and edit it. To do so, click the Continue button under Save as a cloud document to invite people prompt in the Invite to edit dialog.
- Type to add an additional note under Message before sending the invitation if required.
- Click the Invite to edit button to send the invitation.
Once you have sent the invitation, you can see the names of the recipients listed under the Members section in the Invite to edit dialog. To leave the share when you no longer need access to a file, hover the cursor over your own name and tap Leave. To remove another collaborator, hover the cursor over the name and tap Remove.
With this release, you can easily sync your Photoshop presets like — Brushes, Gradients, Swatches, Styles, Shapes, and Patterns to Creative Cloud. You can further work with these synced presets in Photoshop on any other desktop device you log into using the same Adobe ID.
Preset Syncing is disabled by default. To enable Preset Syncing, check Preset Syncing in Preferences > General.
To learn more, check out Sync presets on multiple devices.
With this release, you can control options including Width, Height, Angle, Flip, Reset, and Appearance of custom shapes from the Shape Properties panel while working with the Custom Shape Tool. Also, you can now use on-canvas transform controls to transform a custom shape while keeping intact its shape properties.
You can find the Shape Properties panel next to Masks in the Properties Panel for Custom Shape Tool, like other live shapes.
For more information, check out Draw and edit shapes.
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