The Creative Cloud website makes it easy for you to access dozens of apps and services that are included in your Creative Cloud membership. You can quickly find the right app or tool and access a variety of resources to learn a tool or build a skill.
You can also sync and share files, manage thousands of fonts, access libraries of stock photography and design assets, and connect with the creative community. The Creative Cloud website is your window into the vibrant world of Creative Cloud.
A. Tabs B. Search and navigation options
Use the Home tab for a quick start with your apps. You can access your recent files, and also find a selection of tutorials that will help you get up and running.
The Quick start section provides options to get started with your creative project. You can also find fonts, upload files, as well as view your entire collection of Creative Cloud apps and services.
The Recent section provides quick access to the Spark projects and assets you have recently worked on.
The Learn tab features tutorials for the most popular apps. You can also track your progress and revisit completed courses.
Browse through the courses recommended for you. For every course, you can see the number of tutorials, the total duration, and the number of views for the course. Click a thumbnail to start watching the tutorials.
In this section, you can filter the tutorials for a specific Creative Cloud app. Select the app from Filter by app to view the tutorials only for that particular app. You can further filter the tutorials based on your proficiency with the app. If you are a new user of the app, select Beginner. If you are an experienced user and want to learn an advanced workflow, select Experienced.
Download and install your apps from the Apps tab. You can also filter your list of apps by the following categories:
- All Apps
- Video & Audio
- UX & Web
You can click the name of an app to get an overview and a list of key features, the languages supported by the app, and system requirements for installing and using the app.
- To install a desktop app, click Install.
- To launch a web app or service, click Launch.
- To install a mobile app, click iOS or Android.
You can also compare apps to identify the app that best fits your need. You can compare the apps on the following comparison criteria:
- Complete photo services, including cloud storage
- Photo management and editing
- Best for new users
- Compositing & Retouching
Search and navigation options are located at the top of the Creative Cloud website. You can use these options to perform search, get help, access your account, or move between various Adobe web apps and services. Search and navigation options are accessible from all the tabs.
A. Search bar B. Get help and share feedback C. View notifications D. Access the Profile menu E. Find the app you need F. Go to Adobe.com
Use the Search bar to search for apps, tutorials, Help articles, templates, and Stock assets. The top results will be featured. You can click See all to view the complete list.
This option takes you to the Adobe Help Center where you will find answers to some of the frequently asked questions as well as help related to your account and apps. You can also get in touch with the experts to get answers to your queries.
Select this option to share your feedback about your experience. You can also attach files with your comments.
Click the Notification bell icon to view all the notifications that you have received. Creative Cloud notifications are typically updates about your apps, membership status, events related to your apps and services, messages from fellow community users, and important announcements from Adobe. To ensure that you are aware, the bell icon will display a red badge whenever you receive a new notification.
Click the Profile menu icon to check your Adobe ID or sign out from your Adobe account. You can also access your account details by clicking Manage account from the Profile menu. For more information on managing your account, see Manage your Adobe ID account.
Click the Web Apps & Services menu icon to select and launch a web app. You can also move effortlessly between Creative Cloud, Document Cloud, and Experience Cloud and navigate to the Apps section of the cloud that you have selected to find your desktop or mobile apps.