You can now easily create, share, and collaborate on templates within Adobe Spark.
Adobe Spark, the design app that makes it easy to create social graphics, web pages, and short videos, just launched Shared Templates.
The new feature allows multiple users to personalize content from the same set of templates across the web, iOS, and Android. This is set to make collaborations among designers, freelancers, creators, and marketing/social teams easier, and more efficient.
Creators will also be able to share their templates publicly with colleagues, followers, and customers.
If you are looking to free up some time and make your customers feel more empowered, you can use this feature to set up clients to create their own posts, for example, while ensuring that all materials produced remain standardized.
The ability to create templates to reuse will also help creators working solo to easily produce consistent content for brands or small businesses.
Furthermore, if you’re looking for ways to inspire your followers and further engage with them, you can use this feature to create publicly available templates that any Spark user in your community can modify and build upon.
How to use Shared Templates in Adobe Spark
To get started, first turn your project into a template by clicking “Share” in the top right of your screen, and then “Make a Template.” Fill out the template creation dialogue, and add your new template to a Library, or create a new one.
In order to share your new template, navigate to the Library where your template is saved. Click on the “Share” icon in the top right of your screen, and choose “Invite” to share the Library privately with select team members, or select “Make public link” to create an unlisted link that anyone can have access to.
You can access public templates from either “Home” or “Templates.”
Finally, you can always look for inspiration and initiate your creative process from any existing template.
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