Adobe announced today that it will be deepening the integration between its Creative Cloud and Google Workspace.
“For more than a decade, Google has been building products to help people transform the way they work,” Adobe’s Minson Chen says. “And last fall, [it] launched Google Workspace, including all the productivity apps you know and love, reimagined in a newly integrated user experience that help teams stay connected and productive. If you and your colleagues are among the 2.6 billion people using Google Workspace, you know what a productivity booster it can be with Gmail, Calendar, Google Drive, Google Docs/Sheets/Slides, Meet, and more all in one place.”
Previously, Adobe integrated Creative Cloud with Gmail, helping customers more easily access creative assets and collaborate with their teams using Google’s email service. Now, Adobe says that it will deepen the integration between Creative Cloud and Google Workspace by making Creative Cloud Libraries accessible via Google Docs and Slides.
This requires a new Google Workspace Add-On called the Creative Cloud Add-on for Google Workspace that lets customers access and use elements like brand colors, character styles, and graphics from Google Docs and Slides. That way, team members can share ideas, get feedback, and collaborate on work, Adobe says.
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