, In March 2019, Adobe released the Creative Cloud for Gmail as add-on. In the new update, Adobe has now extended the support for Google Docs and Slides.
The new update lets users to access all the elements from the libraries itself. Now, it is not required to leave the Google Apps and access the Adobe Creative Cloud elements separately. It means users can now seamlessly access brand colors, videos, character styles, graphics, etc while using Google Docs and Slides or vice-versa.
The latest Integration update makes it easier for many organizations, users, and teams who work on both Google Docs and Slides regularly. With the Adobe Creative Cloud, they can boost up their work with clients up to the next level. Furthermore, they can also get feedback from clients as well within this new integration.
We have seen many different workspace clients requesting on the community forums for this new add-on. Moreover, Google has also stated that “The Creative Cloud add-on was one of the most requested third-party integrations.” This could definitely make happier for the companies waiting for this feature’s rollout over the past few years.
Creative Cloud will appear on the right side in Google Workspace below the calendar and other add-ons. At present, there are three options available in the Creative Cloud Add-ons: Color, Graphics, and Character style. You can choose any of them and explore the different styles available in it. Below is the video of the Creative Cloud Google Workspace Add-on.