We have an Adobe Business plan with two licenses assigned to team members.
We want to work on an xD document that is accessible to both of us and that we can collaborate on. So far, the only possible way to share that file and have it remain as a single source is through the "invite" button inside xD.
The problem is that the person with whom the file is shared can only see it in "Shared with me," causing him to now have a bunch of files mixed without any sort of order.
Isn't there some way to have folders or some sort of shareable structure with other team members? It seems to me like VERY BASIC functionality to be able to collaborate efficiently with people.
Can the other person somehow sort those shared files with him? Or will he have to search through hundreds of files at a time?
How do you do it?
Yes, I had a look at the page you're pointing out, but it's kind of useless:
To recap, my question would be:
I saw some people asking for this in 2013 and someone from Adobe replying was on the roadmap. It's 2022, so I'm wondering if this is now possible. Especially thinking in Creative Cloud for Business which one of the main goals is to ease collaboration between team members (not exactly the current scenario I'm facing, quite the opposite).
It's a little strange. If you go to https://assets.adobe.com/cloud-documents you can't share folders.
But you can share single files.
But in https://assets.adobe.com/files, which is basically Adobe's cloud space, where you can put in any document, you can share folders:
Libraries can also be shared.