Team memberships: Have a central place for all publications to be published online accessible for all to edit/get stats.
Team memberships: Have a central place for all publications to be published online accessible for all members to edit/get stats. When members leave an organisation and you delete their membership, you can't go back and access the publications they published online.
Maurice Williams commented
If the central publication for Teams is too much--and I can see how it would be complicated to implement--a manual 'give the following Adobe ID or IDs publish rights to overwrite this document' would do the trick. We just need to get off the single point of failure.
Thanks for listening!
Terrence Moline commented
I work with a lot of freelancers and this would help greatly. I love what's happening with illustrator and photoshop with sharing documents. Waiting on the same with InDesign.
Rebecca Ducker commented
As a team, we need to be able to make changes to a shared document and individually publish those changes and not rely on one person to do that. Truly hoping to see this ability released soon- it is far too cumbersome to NOT be able to update directly via teams.
Katie Senycz commented
As a team, we need to be able to make changes to a shared document and individually publish those changes and not rely on one person to do that. This is a very important feature.
Has this been implemented already?
Incredible to see it's not yet been implemented!!!
Alvaro G Collazos commented
Critical! It is a must to manage the published files by each member of the team.
This would be a game changing feature for an agency-style team. Would vote 100 times if I could!
Jennifer G. commented
Team access to Publish Online is needed.
I would take just being able to publish one another's documents over reading analytics, as analytics seem to work intermittently anyway.
Terese Yachts commented
This is necessary in a remote environment.
Isabelle Maestracci commented
Allow different users to update the same document on the publish online feature – Adobe InDesign Feedback Thank you.
David DeRuyter commented
How is this still a thing? We need access to each other's documents to publish online. This is really frustrating!
John Jameson commented
We pay for Adobe CC for Teams, but you can't manage documents as a team. Massive gap. C'mon Adobe, this isn't 2001!
Anna Gallagher commented
Is this a thing yet? I have been giving a new adobe account at work, old is a different email with the subscription ran out. What do i do? I have over 10 docs that I republish quarterly, urgh.
Absolutely agree this feature is needed. We have a studio with 3 designers each with a list of files the others can't update. So frustrating. Come on Adobe...
Kevin Corcoran commented
I was shocked when I realised this wasn't a core aspect of a "Team Account". How is this not a thing!?
Adobe, you seriously dropped the ball here! My company was literally just about to move ALL our online PDF material (internal and external) to this service until we realised different designers would have different 'lockers' of company documents...
For us this biggest sell was the fact we could discreetly update a link, and no customers would notice, but if different designer down the road needs to make the changes they have to create a new doc/published piece/link??
You made something great, and then threw it out the window!
P.S Just noticed people have been asking for this for over a year!? I can forgive someone for making a mistake and missing a trick, but then to ignore it after a year of people complaining? Seriously, this is another point towards jumping to Affinity! I'm legitimately compiling a list of reasons to move.. Not to mention my company would save 3k a year in licensing...
Edit: What? this issue was flagged originally in 2018?!??!?! Ah, come on! Stop ramming spam down our throats with stock integrations and "Did you know?" crap. Just do this!
Sara Bequette commented
We desperately need this feature!!!
Having this feature would greatly improve creative workflows for team collaboration.
I think the issue has to do with how Adobe sets up its servers for the Publish Online Dashboard. It seems like it would be really beneficial to give IT admins the ability to add/remove users to a shared team server if they already have all adobe members on an Adobe subscription service.
Other subscription services like FlowPaper (publish PDFs online software) also lack this feature which really stunts the longevity and reason to use the software in the first place. Our other marketing departments use FlowPaper and I would 100% teach them how to use the InDesign publish online feature if InDesign added this capability.
Forrest H. commented
Agreed! Users should be allowed to publish to 'Company' shares, so other approved users can edit / modify the shares.
I agree. I work on an iMac Pro at the office where I do most of my design work but I have a PC issued to me for some work at home. I just tried updating an online InDesign publication from my root document but it wouldn't recognize that it had already been published with an existing link. UGH. I've grown so used to moving seamlessly from office to home office that I just expected this to be an existing function...