We're happy to announce the release of Photoshop 22.0.1.
What's in the Photoshop 22.0.1 update?
- This update contains fixes for several crashing issues and workflow bugs
To update Photoshop to 22.0.1, click "Update" in the Creative Cloud desktop app next to Photoshop.
For help with updating, see Update Creative Cloud apps.
With the release of macOS big Sur (version 11), you may wonder if Photoshop is compatible, or if you should wait to install the new OS update.
For upgrade recommendations and a list of known issues that we're aware of thus far, see Photoshop and Big Sur | macOS 11.
If you run into any issues while using Photoshop in Big Sur that are not listed in the above article, please let us know here in the Photoshop community.
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- Many new features to enhance and retouch images like the Sensei-based Neural Filters and Sky Replacement
- Detailed cloud document history
- Major improvements to Shapes
- Improved architecture for modern plugins
- Stability improvements
- Performance improvements and bug fixes
To update Photoshop to 22.0, click "Update" in the Creative Cloud desktop app next to Photoshop.
UPDATE (March 19)
Thanks for your patience. We've been busy processing your requests.
We've started notifying schools who are eligible and have been provisioned successfully. We're hoping to complete the current set of requests soon.
We'll update this post soon. However, we also received many requests, where the information provided was duplicate, incomplete, or incorrect; it's taking us a bit longer to go through such requests.
We really appreciate your patience, please bear with us as we work through all the requests.
With rising health concerns, many schools are moving to online learning. We’re giving our global K-12 and higher ed institutional customers the ability to request “at-home” access for students & faculty. Learn more: https://theblog.adobe.com/adobe-enables-distance-learning-globally-schools-impacted-covid-19/
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