Creative Cloud Libraries on ipad?
I'm sure this is in the pipeline, but it's odd that Creative Cloud Libraries isn't available on the iPad version of Illustrator. I have searched the web front-to-back and can't seem to find a way to use the Libraries panel in Photoshop or Illustrator on iPad. I apologize if I am incorrect. I just can't find a good resource to point me in the right direction.
I do most of my work on a PC and will likely continue to do so. It's just convenient sometimes to start with an idea on my iPad and finish later on my PC. I have always liked the Libraries feature since it was created. I have used it here-and-there over the years and have recently migrated a majority of my files, swatches, templates, logos, etc. to various Libraries to improve my (and my team's) workflow.
I find it very easy now that I have finally done so on my PC. It's frustrating to lack that functionality on my new iPad. I can browse my Libraries using the Creative Cloud app on my iPhone and iPad, but can't directly access these resources in Photoshop or Illustrator.
I understand that more features are coming over time, but this is a feature that has been pushed for Creative Cloud on Desktop. Odd to find it lacking on Mobile.
Brett Aronowitz commented
This is currently set up as a one way access. But it’s just as important …especially on mobile devices… to be able to add colors from the ipad. Please fix this asap. It really holds up the workflow
Ryan Marsh commented
This is critical. especially as It's pitched that ai on iPad is for the creative on the move.
I understand you can import things from the library and use the swatches but the design is poor and there is no use only being able to bring out from the library, we want to add stuff too.
Kimberly King commented
I agree! I like to do things on the go and I sometimes work exclusively on library assets. Being able to pass off from my computer to my iPad would be nice.
Mary Dell commented
I agree! I want to create shapes in Adobe Capture on the iPad and then refine them in Illustrator, but when I choose to import/open from creative cloud, it doesn't include my actual library among the folders. I can do the work on the PC but I'd like to use the iPad, too.