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June 18, 2018
Learn how to collaborate on folders and libraries with other users, from your Adobe Creative Cloud account.

You can collaborate with other users and share a private folder from your Creative Cloud account with specified users. All invited users can then work co-operatively with read-only (locked) assets in a shared private folder. Collaborators can view, edit, rename, move, or delete contents of the shared folder if they've been granted the necessary access rights and permissions.

To share public links to files and folders with others (share assets with read-only access), see Share files and folders .

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Collaborate on Creative Cloud Libraries

You can share libraries with collaborators using the Creative Cloud website or from within Creative Cloud desktop and mobile apps.

For a list of Creative Cloud apps currently supporting libraries, see Creative Cloud Libraries .


Share libraries from within a desktop application

Do the following to share a library from within a desktop application supporting Creative Cloud Libraries:

In the Libraries panel, select a library from the pop-up menu.

Open the drop-down list and choose Collaborate .

In the browser page that opens, provide email addresses and an optional message for one or more collaborators with whom you want to share the library.

Choose whether you want to give the collaborators Edit permissions ( Can edit ) or View permissions ( Can view ). These permissions apply to all the collaborators whose email addresses you entered.

Click Invite to send out the collaboration invites.

Collaborate on libraries from within a Creative Cloud application.

Your collaborators receive an email message inviting them to join the collaboration. Existing Creative Cloud members also receive a notification via the Creative Cloud desktop app and website.

Share libraries using the Creative Cloud website

In the Creative Cloud Assets left , click Libraries and then click Go To Libraries .

From the library folder menu, choose Collaborate .

Choose Collaborate from the library folder menu.

In the Invite Collaborators dialog, enter the email addresses of one or more collaborators.

Choose whether you want to give the collaborators Edit permissions ( Can edit ) or View permissions ( Can view ). These permissions apply to all the collaborators whose email addresses you entered.

Can edit

Collaborators can edit, rename, move, and delete the contents of the library.

Can view

Collaborators can only view the contents of the library and comment on them.

Share your library and invite collaborators


Useful considerations regarding permissions:

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