Allow different users to update the same document on the publish online feature
I currently work on a team of three designers, and we sometimes work on each other's files. Currently, if there is an update to a file that has been published online, and we need to upload a new version of a document, we have to figure out which of the three of us originally uploaded the file and have them update it. It would be easier if we could update each other's files rather than asking the original designer to stop what they are doing to update a project.
Why is this still not happening?
Please do this ASAP!!!
Emily Maletz commented
Agreed, this is much needed. As a freelancer, I need to be able to share control/access of the hyperlinks and updating with my clients. When publishing online and distributing published online docs and sharing URLs widely, it is essential for us to be able to update documents and maintain the same hyperlink, and this would be much more manageable if access was available to both me and my client.
This is VERY IMPORTANT. If different people make changes to the same file only the one that first published the online document can use the Update Exisitng Document. The file that team members are updating should keep this information in the file so when other team members makes updates the Update Exisitng Document is there to choose!
AMEN... This is one of the most missing features.
Make it possible to create more then one user as admin.
Even better make a admin / user section, so you could control it on a more "pro level"..
YES! Not to mention, designers come and go. There is no reason to re-Publish, or keep an Adobe ID active.
We have Team accounts for a reason, let us share assets and links.