Adobe officially brings Photoshop and Illustrator to the web

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2021-10-27 13:08:30

(CHK) Adobe has announced that it has taken “a big step forward for collaboration” by bringing its Photoshop and Illustrator applications to the web. The idea is not to let you do complex work from a website, but to allow collaborators to open and view your work from a browser to provide as much comments and feedback as possible to Google. Document.

Adobe has announced that it has taken “a huge step forward for collaboration” by bringing its Photoshop and Illustrator applications to the web. The idea is not to let you do complex work from a website, but to allow collaborators to open and view your work from a browser to provide as much comments and feedback as possible to Google. Document.

Currently, you can store your work in Adobe’s Creative Cloud and let anyone open it from anywhere, but they need to have a desktop or iPad app. Now with Photoshop or Illustrator, your colleagues “can review and add comments right in the browser, without having to download the app or sign up for Creative Cloud,” Adobe notes.

In addition to the basic collaboration tools, Adobe is previewing some basic browser editing tools that will let you do “small edits and quick edits” without having to launch the full Illustrator or Photoshop apps. . These include things like selections, minor color corrections, and more. You can start sharing Photoshop and Illustrator work through the web, for the purposes of comments and feedback, simply by updating to the latest versions of the applications.

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