In the pop-up screen, enter the name or email address of the people you want to collaborate with. If you already invited people in the past, you are presented with a list of the most recently invited ones to speed up the invite process. As you type, the dialog provides matching search results to make finding the desired collaborators easier.
The selection can be removed by clicking the X in the name tag. You can also type in an email address. As you type, suggestions are provided based on collaborators that you have invited before, or your organization's Active Directory if you are part of an Enterprise that has synced their Active Directory with the Adobe Admin console.
You can now invite groups along with individual collaborators. If you are part of an Enterprise that has synced groups from their Active Directory with the Adobe Admin console, then typing the name of a group in the Team Projects invitations entry field returns group suggestions. If you select a group to invite to a team project, all of the members of the group receive an invitation to collaborate on the team project. There is a limit to the group size. You cannot invite a group with 150 or more members.
Group invitations are static. If group membership changes after the invitation is sent, new members are not automatically sent an invitation to access the team project. Members who are no longer part of the group are not be removed. You can add the new members directly as collaborators to the team project, or remove collaborators directly from the team project.
If you have been invited to collaborate on a team project, you receive an invitation notification in the Creative Cloud desktop application. There are two ways you can choose to accept or reject an invitation.
When you are working on a team project, you can easily see which other collaborators are working on the same team project at the same time. You can view the list of collaborators and their online or offline status by hovering the mouse over the collaborator profile images or clicking one of them to open a pop-up screen.