We are working on a project that is stored in Creative Cloud to take advantage of collaborative workflow. Everything is working fine so far.
I've just created a book and added a few files so that I can sync styles, master pages, etc. This is working flawlessly on my end so far.
The problem comes when another teammate tries to open the book file I've created on his/her end. The book opens but it is empty (no documents listed at all). However if a send the book file to them via email or store it on a network drive and they open it everything works perfect.
So the problem seems to be related with Creative Cloud not syncing the book files properly. Any clue on the matter? We must store the project files on Creative Cloud so work from a network drive is not an option for us.
Anyone? Adobe staff?
You'll have a much easier time if you use a cloud service like Dropbox. In my opinion, Adobe Creative Cloud file syncing is developing slowly and is not "fully ripe."
Yeah, you are absolutely right, we are using Google Drive for pretty much everything else, is way more faster, more reliable and is full featured (how about download entire folders Adobe or zero errors when syncing, Adobe?). And on top of this is cheaper (way more is you ask me).
Sadly, we really MUST work in Adobe CC for this particular project so no scape here.