Creative Cloud+Slack = ♥

Introducing “Share to Slack” from Creative Cloud

Arno Gourdol
Oct 5, 2015 · 2 min read

At Adobe, we’re big fans of . We use it all the time amongst ourselves to share a mockup of the next great creative app we’re working on () or something amazing we found created by one of the 5 million subscribers to Creative Cloud.

Slack makes it easy for our team to stay connected anywhere. And I love that I can get to Slack at my desk, on my phone and even on my watch!

Today, we’re happy to introduce a new feature of Creative Cloud that we’ve worked on with the awesome team at Slack that will make it a little bit easier to use Slack and Creative Cloud together: Share to Slack.

To try it, visit and log in with your Adobe ID. You’ll see all the files stored in your Creative Cloud folder, your creative elements such as colors, fonts, logos, icons and more stored in your Creative Cloud libraries, and all the mobile creations from our mobile apps. keeps it all up to date and available at your fingertips, no matter where you are or which device you use.

In the Share menu, in addition to the existing Collaborate and Send Link option, you will now find the Share to Slack option.

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Sign in, pick the Slack team you want to connect with, and in the sharing dialog select the channel, individual or private group you want to share with.

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Tap the Share button, and your asset is posted to Slack as a beautiful mosaic to preview it at a glance, and with a link to the original content in Creative Cloud.

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We hope you like it, and that this will make using Creative Cloud and Slack together a little bit easier.

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