I would like to understand a few more things regarding the different formulas and the management of users. I work in a company and we are three people in my department. I have been a subscriber to the "59€ per month - all creative cloud" subscription for quite some time. My colleagues would like now to also be able to use the Creative Cloud apps. How can I add them to the account ? Or do I have to transfer the account to the 69€ per month team subscription ? But then, with multiple licences ?
Basically, how can I have three accounts able to notably InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator in one formula ?
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Option 1 - since sharing a regular subscription is not allowed, each person buys his/her own subscription
Option 2 - you contact support to be able to cancel your subscription without a fee and buy a Team subscription, with a payment for as many subscriptions as you need... one for each person... Do check the price of Team -vs- individual
Team license links that may help
-team plans https://www.adobe.com/creativecloud/plans.html?plan=team
-https://helpx.adobe.com/contact/creative-cloud-teams.html for Team help
-manage your team account https://community.adobe.com/t5/Get-Started/Creative-Cloud-for-Teams-FAQ-How-can-I-manage-my-teams-ac...
-Team Installer https://community.adobe.com/t5/Get-Started/HOW-TO-Your-very-own-Adobe-Update-Server-Windows/td-p/575...
-block cloud saves https://community.adobe.com/t5/Get-Started/Can-I-block-my-users-from-saving-to-the-cloud-and-only-al...
Thank you for your quick answer! So if I choose option 2, this means I have to pay the 80$ fee per month x 3 (one for each person), right ? Or can I have three users on one subscription of 80$ ?
While a Team plan costs a bit more per month ($80/license), it also includes perks that individual plan holders don't get.
Thank you for your quick answer!