The daily activity of designers, photographers, video-makers and other creative professionals is indeed made of imagination, intuition, technical expertise and inspiration, but also of boring tasks and time consuming as that of having to send many files and heavy around:

Among other things, the interweaving of workflows between creativity in applications such as Photoshop and file transfer tasks was also noted by Dropbox, which has highlighted how users of its cloud storage platform have been highlighted in the last 12 months.

With this new integration, which therefore seems to respond to a very common and felt need, it will be possible to deliver the final files to customers and suppliers in a simple and secure way directly from the Adobe applications that professionals use to create them.

Once installed by the Creative Cloud desktop application, the user can access the new Dropbox Transfer plug-in, initially only in Adobe Photoshop but with support for other applications coming in, ensures Dropbox.

The new feature allows you to \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ You can choose an expiration date, password and file format options, and the Dropbox plug-in will provide a link to which anyone can access, whether or not they have a Dropbox account: all within Photoshop

As with any other file sent using Transfer, you can include up to 100 GB for each transfer. The user will not consume their Dropbox storage and recipients will receive files just as they were sent. You can give a personal touch to the work by customizing transfers with logo and background. And there is also the possibility to confirm the reception by keeping track of views and downloads.

In addition to the Creative Cloud app, Dropbox Transfer for Adobe Creative Cloud is also available in the Dropbox app center.

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