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Is there a folder sharing option for collaboration within geographically dispersed teams?

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Oct 09, 2014

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We are using Creative Cloud for Teams and are having trouble seeing the usefulness of the collaboration tools.  Sharing folders seems difficult. Do we need to have an Enterprise version in order to truly collaborate?  We use InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat, Photoshop and want to be able to access each other files without having to package InDesign files and put them on DropBox.  We want to use an Adobe platform that ideally, would have all of the assets stored there, in the cloud, eliminating this packaging step.  I thought Creative Cloud for teams was going to provide this solution but doesnt seem to be the answer.

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Is there a folder sharing option for collaboration within geographically dispersed teams?

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We are using Creative Cloud for Teams and are having trouble seeing the usefulness of the collaboration tools.  Sharing folders seems difficult. Do we need to have an Enterprise version in order to truly collaborate?  We use InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat, Photoshop and want to be able to access each other files without having to package InDesign files and put them on DropBox.  We want to use an Adobe platform that ideally, would have all of the assets stored there, in the cloud, eliminating this packaging step.  I thought Creative Cloud for teams was going to provide this solution but doesnt seem to be the answer.

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Moving the discussion to File Hosting, Syncing, and Collaboration forum.

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Atul Saini

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Adobe Employee ,
Oct 10, 2014

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@clinder,

Can you explain what makes the Collaboration (private folder sharing) feature difficult to use for your team?  In combination with the desktop file sync feature, this provides a solution for your geographically dispersed team.

For more details, see these resources:

Sync and Share video - Sync and share your files with collaborators | Adobe Creative Cloud Tutorials

Private folder sharing - Creative Cloud Help | Collaborate by sharing folders

Desktop File Sync - Creative Cloud Help | Browse, sync, and manage assets

Thanks,
Elba

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It seems that you have to share each folder individually and send an email invitation to the people with whom you would like to share the folder.  I'm looking for an option where my team can share folders without having to email access to each folder to each other. 

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If you are using the Collaborate workflow (everyone invited can read from and write to the shared folder) then you can have everyone put files and folders all into a single collaborated folder. That way everyone has access to all of the items.

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