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Sorry for taking so long (I wanted to make sure to get you the correct answer):
You can use the “Shared your Assets with Send Link” functionality through the Web, to move native Draw files from one account to another one. Assuming the user has a CC account (it will not work for users on CS6):
Sign in to https://assets.adobe.com/ with your Adobe ID.
Navigate to Assets/Files/Mobile Creations/Draw and select the project to share
Click on Share/Send Link, then the button Create Public Link
At this point, you can choose to send the link to an email address or copy the public link to send later.
Once the person receiving the public link is also signed-in into his/her CC account, opening that link will allow the receiving user to save the project into his/her CC account.
Hope that helps.
Boom! Thank you, will give that a go. Appreciate it.
If the person I share a Draw project with saves the project to their CC account and then proceeds to makes changes, that won't affect my original file, correct?
Good question. Yeah, didn't even think of that. Sue can you confirm one way or another. If it does change my source file that would be a deal breaker for me. I just want to provide access to the file and not alter my original.
I mean, I tested it between my work account and personal account. Rest assured, that seems to be the case. I just wanted to make absolute sure.
No. "Sharing" is different than "collaboration." When you send a link you're sharing (people can view, download and comment on it); collaboration requires additional permissions. Just in case.... this Help doc answers those questions in depth: https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/collaboration-faq.html
Basically everything is locked up and requires creative cloud which means Adobe restricts usage of our own artwork. Wonderful. So essentially I just told users in the the course that I'd like to share my files but due to the limitations of Adobe software I can't give them access to the source files. Meaning I cannot simply include a file in the exercise files that a user can then load onto their iPad because unless they give Adobe their pound of flesh via subscription to CC they can't do anything with the app. How small minded of Adobe.
I highly recommend an iPad app that allows vector drawing, far more control, you can rotate the artboard, no limit on layers, you can name layers, you can export out as vector, you can export out as layered PSD, works with any cloud service and the most you'll pay is about $9 one time. Get the Concepts app and you'll see how a vector drawing app should be and it's only getting better. TopHatch