Adobe has announced ‘Content Credentials’ feature for Photoshop, where creators will be able to secure their work with their identity.
- Creators can also share their work-in-progress with others to let them preview their edits online.
- In addition to the Web versions of Photoshop and Illustrator, Adobe introduced the Creative Cloud Web that serves as an online suite and includes Creative Cloud Spaces and Creative Cloud Canvas as two distinct parts to help teams collaborate on their projects directly from the Web.
- Users can access some of the most popular image editing tools directly from a Web browser. It includes selection tools such as lasso, quick selection, magic wand, as well as cropping tools and paint brushes to let you do some light edits, without installing the native Photoshop or Illustrator app on your machine.
- You can also share a link of your work created using the traditional Photoshop app, and the receiver will be able to access the file on the Web browser. Further, you can change the permission settings for the link to make it accessible just with the people you want.
- Photoshop and Illustrator on the Web will allow collaborators to comment. There is also an option to pinpoint a comment or draw a line to highlight a particular area in the edit. All this helps to get feedback from people who don’t even have Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator installed on their systems and are not a Creative Cloud subscriber.
- Adobe has also brought Creative Cloud Spaces that serve users as shared repositories where teams can access and organise files, libraries, and links under one roof. Creative Cloud Spaces can have the content directly from Photoshop, Illustrator, or XD that can later be used in a Creative Cloud Canvas space. Creative Cloud Spaces also list the active canvases in progress.
- Multiple people who have access can give their inputs on the images or text that seem the best fit for their projects directly on the Canvas. Creative Cloud Spaces can also get content from a number of people.