Adobe begins rolling out its file and font sync features to Creative Cloud users

Adobe begins rolling out its file and font sync features to Creative Cloud users

Shortly after updating its Edge apps, Adobe has announced it is now rolling out file and font sync “in limited batches” to Creative Cloud subscribers. These are two key features to Adobe’s Creative Cloud product, and yet they have been “coming soon” since they were announced back in May.

As a reminder, file sync brings Dropbox-style desktop syncing to Creative Cloud users. In our opinion, this feature makes Creative Cloud’s storage options significantly more useful. As for font sync, the ability to use much of TypeKit’s library of typefaces offline on the desktop is enticing.

Right now, subscribers can request early access here.

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