"In the keynote, updates regarding Adobe products were introduced. For users in
Illustrator and InDesign, a feature enabling direct sharing of working files with team
members will be provided. This allows them to edit these files or add comments via a web
browser. These comments will also be visible in the original file on a page-specific
basis, allowing them to be commented on or closed.
In Illustrator, we will be provided with an Intertwine feature. Here, users can weave
elements together. To do this, two objects are selected, and the tool is accessed via
Object > Intertwine > Make. Underlying paths remain intact and can be edited
Figure 1: The Intertwine-Feature of Illustrator
Adobe Express, the online tool for creating social media content, has been expanded to
include automatic content adaptation for different platforms. Additionally, there will
be an integration with WIX to provide users with even easier access to their own
In Photoshop Web, it is now possible to directly edit RAW files. Additionally, we have
access to AI-based functions, such as the ability to regenerate the sky. Sharing the
original file with the team is also possible using Photoshop Web.
We were delighted to be part of the world's largest creative event. All sessions,
presentations, and keynotes are stored at: https://www.adobe.com/max.html
and can be viewed in case you missed a keynote.