Adobe has launched a new add-on that is consistent with Google’s email service, Gmail, which allows subscribers to its creative service, Adobe Creative Cloud, to share files to Gmail easily.
The add-on allows users to attach files that have been synced on different devices with the cloud service, or even content in libraries and on smartphones connected to the account, in the form of links.
Once the user has installed the extension, they will be able to attach any file they want from the platform to the email they want to send by clicking on the Creative Cloud icon at the bottom end of the writing box.
The plugin allows sharing links available to the public so far, as once you attach a link to private content that requires you to convert it to a year before sending it.
It looks like a promising feature for content creators and Adobe subscribers, and you might get even greater improvements over the coming period like sharing private content and making it available to just one person for example.
The blog post will allow Gmail to share files directly from Adobe’s cloud service, which first appeared in the tech world.
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