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Does anyone know why I cannot sabe an In design file in the adobe cloud, it doesnt give me the option to do it, to comparison from ilustrator or photoshop
[Title edited by moderator for clarity. Was "Problems with In design"]
Illustrator has two formats: .ai and .aic. Photoshop has .psd and .psdc. The "c" stands for cloud. These cloud documents are stored only in the cloud and save is automatic. InDesign does not have a cloud version (.inddc).
You can save or copy your InDesign files to the Cloud folder on your computer and they will be stored in the Cloud. Details here:
Jane is correct.
In addition, the likelihood that Photoshop and Illustrator got cloud version first was that those two applications both have mobile application versions. The Cloud version is necessary for exchanging files between mobile and desktop/laptop application versions.
There are other advantages in using cloud versions. It enhances sharing of files, reviewing and editing files with multiple people.
It's pretty likely that InDesign will move toward having a cloud format in a relatively short time.
Thanks for reaching out. I agree with Jane & Steve both. At this point of time, you can save your InDesign files(not cloud version) on Creative Cloud storage and follow the help article suggested earlier. Product team is working towards the cloud version of the document just like other products. We'd request you to stay tuned.
Thank you very much, I didnt know that there wasn't a cloud version for In Design, I will keep following the article suggested.