Cloud documents in Adobe XD
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Learn how to get started with cloud documents in Adobe XD.
Cloud documents are Adobe's cloud-native document file type that can be accessed online or offline directly from within XD.
Saving your work as cloud documents helps you share, collaborate, and access your work from multiple devices.
Why cloud documents?
Access and organize cloud documents
Cloud documents ensure that your work is always updated, across devices with full fidelity.
After your document is saved as a cloud document, you can access it in the Your files tab on the XD Home screen or on the Creative Cloud website.
You can also:
- Enable the check box next to each cloud document to select multiple cloud documents.
- Click list view () or grid view () icons to change the view.
- Click the button to open, rename, delete, and move your cloud documents to folders.
Difference between cloud documents and other Creative Cloud files
Your Creative Cloud plan includes different types of cloud storage—cloud documents, libraries, and Creative Cloud files (synced files). These have different uses and benefits.
To access cloud documents across mobile devices, watch this tutorial to learn how cloud documents impact file management workflows in mobile devices.
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