Adobe deepens Creative Cloud integration with Google Workspace

We’re deepening the integration between Creative Cloud & Google Workspace! Creative Cloud Libraries now integrates with Google Docs & Slides. Learn more.

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For more than a decade, Google has been building products to help people transform the way they work. And last fall, they 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.

This is why we are happy to announce we are deepening the integration between Creative Cloud and Google Workspace. Creative Cloud Libraries now integrates with Google Docs and Slides, building on our popular integration with Gmail last year.

The new release of the Creative Cloud Add-on for Google Workspace brings the power of Creative Cloud Libraries to Google Docs and Slides. The integration lets you access and use elements like brand colors, character styles, and graphics right inside the Google Docs and Slides you and your teams use to share ideas, get feedback, and collaborate on work.

This integration will unlock even smoother workflows for teams of all sizes — creative and business stakeholders will now be able to work together in Docs and Slides, importing and linking to assets directly from Creative Cloud Libraries. All of this will make it easier to maintain a single source of truth for things like brand and marketing docs, guides, and presentations. Additionally, the integration makes it easier to gather feedback from stakeholders outside of the creative world.

See how having your approved brand assets in Creative Cloud Libraries on-hand, in the tools you use, makes sharing easier than ever.

With easy access to Libraries in Adobe apps like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and XD, collaborating with fellow designers is a breeze. And when business stakeholders have access to Creative Cloud in tools they use such as Google Docs and Slides, it makes it easier than ever to maintain creative control and deliver consistent, cohesive brand experiences across every step in the customer journey.

If you use Gmail, Docs and Slides, the new add-on makes it easier than ever for you to collaborate on designs, work more efficiently, and manage your stakeholders. Ready to take creative collaboration to the next level? Click here to get Adobe Creative Cloud for Google Workspace today.

Note — Workspace Admins can enable this add-on for your entire team using the instructions here.