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Find answers to the most common questions about Photoshop on the web beta
Adobe extends Photoshop to the web for sharing, reviewing, and light editing of Photoshop cloud documents (.psdc). Collaborators can open and view your work in the browser, provide feedback, and make basic edits without downloading the app.
To get started with Photoshop on the web beta, go to the Photoshop on the web home. Open an existing Photoshop cloud document or create a new one from the home screen.
We are rolling out Photoshop on the web beta over a short period of time to better ensure general stability. You may not have it available yet, but please check back soon! Another reason why you may not see this option is if your organization has disabled this feature.
When launching Photoshop on the web beta, there may be a noticeable delay when opening a file. We are addressing this issue. In case your browser freezes, quit the browser and try to open the file again.
We encourage you to play around and have fun in Photoshop on the web beta where your documents are stored as cloud documents. When testing Photoshop on the web beta, we recommend uploading copies or backups of any important documents or production content... you know, just in case!
To view the complete list of languages Photoshop on the web beta supports, see System requirements | Photoshop on the web beta.
To view the complete list of file formats Photoshop on the web beta supports, see Supported file types | Photoshop on the web.
Yes. To view the complete list of supported file formats, see Supported file types | Photoshop on the web beta.
Currently, you can edit and save changes to cloud documents in Photoshop on the web beta using Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. You can still view and comment on unsupported browsers. We will soon bring editing to other browsers, such as Firefox. To learn more, see System requirements | Photoshop on the web beta.
Yes, Photoshop on the web beta is now available for all education users with a paid Photoshop entitlement.
Yes. To access Photoshop on the web beta, you require an active Creative Cloud subscription that includes Photoshop.
No. Currently, you cannot access Photoshop on the web beta with a Shared Device License.
You can currently edit in Photoshop on the web beta on non-mobile web browsers only. You can view and comment using a mobile web browser. For iPad, we recommend you try Photoshop on the iPad, which is included in your Creative Cloud subscription. Download Photoshop on the iPad from the App Store.
Cloud documents are Adobe's new cloud-native document file type that can be accessed online or offline directly from within Photoshop applications. To learn more, see Photoshop cloud documents | Common questions.
Photoshop on the web is still in beta, so you may encounter some issues while working. Please report issues or provide feedback in the Adobe Photoshop beta community. Head there to vote, or start a new conversation using the “Web" topic. We appreciate any and all feedback!
If you get an error or crash while using Photoshop on the web beta, do any of the following:
Chrome and Edge put any errors in the Developer Tools log. You can save this log to share with the product team in the beta community.
Microsoft Edge: For Microsoft Edge logs, see Open Microsoft Edge DevTools.
Yes. For now, each tab opens a single new document. We are working on multi-document support.
Photoshop on the web beta saves your work to your cloud documents every 5 minutes. It will also perform a save if you switch to another app or browser tab. You can also manually save your document using the app menu.
If you're being asked for OS, graphics card, RAM, and CPU information to help with an issue investigation, do any of the following:
macOS: Follow the steps mentioned in the System Information on your Mac.
While using a browser, we're not yet able to snag the CMD/CTRL+T shortcut for Free Transform since it is used to open a new tab on your browser. The Free Transform keyboard shortcut is:
To see other keyboard shortcuts in-app, go to Help > Keyboard shortcuts.
To see the list of available keyboard shortcuts, see Keyboard shortcuts | Photoshop on the web beta.
We’re continuously working on expanding the editing capabilities of Photoshop on the web beta. Let us know what editing tools you’d like to see added next by submitting a feature request in the Adobe Photoshop beta community and start a new conversation using the “Idea” option.