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Is the Creative Cloud Assets Extract webb service an active and progressing feature?

Community Beginner ,
Mar 30, 2017 Mar 30, 2017

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Im asking because I want to know if this service is something to rely and count on, now and in the near future?

Our developers recently started using the online service to get styling information form PSD designs but it seems it's very buggy. 
Is this service something Adobe will develop and invest time on, in other words is it worthwhile engaging in it and reporting bugs and stuff?
I've read some threads about it being canceled and then brought back up, so what's the deal with it?

Or should I go and have a look at the Zeplin-service?

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Adobe Employee , Mar 30, 2017 Mar 30, 2017
Hi Björnänge,Our developers have been pretty responsive for maintaining and addressing any issues with the extract service from my experience. We did at one time plan to remove the online browser portion of the Extract functionality, and only keep the same functionality within the desktop products - Photoshop and Dreamweaver. Like you mentioned, this decision was changed and the browser portion maintained due to customer feedback. I think it's something you can reply on in the near future, espec...

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Hi Björnänge,

Our developers have been pretty responsive for maintaining and addressing any issues with the extract service from my experience. We did at one time plan to remove the online browser portion of the Extract functionality, and only keep the same functionality within the desktop products - Photoshop and Dreamweaver. Like you mentioned, this decision was changed and the browser portion maintained due to customer feedback. I think it's something you can reply on in the near future, especially if you have have a paid membership.

Here are some related links in case you haven't already seen them:

Get assets & CSS from PSD comp for HTML | Creative Cloud Extract

Extract web info from Photoshop artboards |

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/how-to/extract-psd-assets-browser.html

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- Dave

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