I cannot find any build in way of sharing files (HTML5 animations for adverts) with a client. I would have thought it would be possible using Adobe Cloud to do this... Am I missing something?
you can share files using cc but that's not what you should do.
you should upload your production files to a file server and send your client a link so they can veiw your product (in their browser).
Thank you kglad
Yes, that's what I want to do, present it to them 'in browser'. But I guess I'm surprised that Animate/Cloud doesn't make this a seamless thing to do. I was hoping I had just missed something.
Animate canvas documents publish as web pages. Adobe can't change the fundamental nature of what web pages are and how they work.
Thanks for your answer. I'm a little bewildered by this response though.
.. Obvs I do know what a web page is and how it works.
I'm not sure how this would require Adobe 'changinging the fundamental nature of what web pages are'. To be clear - what I'm asking them for is precisely to serve up a web page.
FYI: Many online tools that help one create web banners also give you the ability to share them with clients.
Adobe Animate plans to add sharing buttons for social media (currently only twitter) - and this kind of simple service for sharing would be a great feature for the many people who create ads, some are paying for a third party service to sstreamline this.
I hope that clarifies the kind of feature I'm talking about.
use a file server. there are free (with ads) ones. google it.
if you're going to do more than dabble with freelancing, get your own (~$10/mo) and get your own domain name (~10/yr).