Illustrator 27.4 is now live! With the improved Share for Review in Illustrator, you can now share local or cloud document links with reviewers and collect feedback to improve your designs.
Please update to the latest build using this link - Check for the latest update , try these features and enhancements, and share your observations or feedback with us.
Note: The update will be rolled out in a phased manner, and many of you might not see the updates as it has been made live for India, Australia, Netherlands, Hong Kong, France, Germany, Canada, South Korea, UK, and Italy based Adobe IDs only. We will be rolling out the updates to all regions soon.
Other improvements you will see in this release are:
For more details, see this help article.
We would love to hear about how you found this feature and what you created. Reply to this post to share your observations with us.
Hi Srishti Bali
Thank you for sharing this information about the latest release of Illustrator version 27.4. The improved Share for Review feature in Illustrator is a great addition, allowing designers to share their designs with reviewers and collect feedback easily.
For those who have not yet received the update, it's good to know that it will be rolled out to other regions soon. Thank you again for sharing this update!
I believe the most valuable addition to Illustrator would be a stable core version that doesn't require users to test new features for Adobe. Updating to a new version can feel risky, as it may negatively affect my workflow. To mitigate this issue, Adobe should consider creating a stable branch version and a separate version for new features. This would allow users who prioritize stability to work without encountering bugs while enabling Adobe to test and develop new features.
I'm really thankful for this review function but there are a couple of things I would like to see in the future. Hopefully, some are already in progress!
1. Ability to select which artboards to share
2. Show the size of the artboard (I prepare 6 artboards at a go, clients do not know what size are they looking at)
3. Have a pretty URL that does not look like... https://assets.adobe.com/id/urn:aaid:sc:AP:46b3c72e-e17c-42b7-2da9-08fc21a30b91
4. A caption area for each artboard so that I can put down some notes directly on the Illustrator app.