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Adobe Expands Creative Cloud Integration with Microsoft Teams for Working Remotely by Adobe Blog

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Collaboration is the fabric of the modern workplace and Microsoft Teams, with its 75 million users, is the tool of choice for many. Creativity is also fueling our workplaces in new ways, according to research from LinkedIn (on skills companies need most in 2020), and the tool used to empower creativity is Adobe’s Creative Cloud.

What’s new: A more robust notification and asset-sharing workflow
With Adobe Creative Cloud and Teams, you are able to easily stay up to date on your creative projects, getting notifications on file activity, like when new comments are made, when links to creative files change, and more. This now goes for files across several Creative Cloud tools, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, in addition to Adobe XD.

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