You can add the file to your CC asset files. It won't sync in the apps like TypeKit, but you can use it as a transfer/holding hub for it.
You can sync whatever the font is through the CC folder on your computers, and will sync to each. If the font is installed on the computer, the relevant programs will be able to access it.
PS for example, and others use the fonts installed on your system. Typekit is not needed for your own fonts to work.
I was hoping to use it in the Apps for ease of switching between iPad and Desktop. I can still hope for that update int he future I suppose. lol
So if the font is synced in the CC folder, I can access it in the ipad apps still? For example, Adobe Comp?
The font would have to be installed first on the iPad for it to be available, if Comp allow fonts, I don't use it at present?
You can install fonts on the iPad using apps such as AnyFont, which I think is still free in the App Store, full instructions are included with it. I have used it a number of times to install font for word processing etc.
No, thats not how fonts work. Once the font is in your CC folder you will still need to install it on each computer you need to use it.
You can try using a third party app to install fonts on your iPad but not sure if it will work in comp.
which CC folder
is it one folder to access fonts for Creative Cloud apps?
how do I know which folder to put the fonts into?
I search and find these:
within is has customhook and resource
illustrator ps and indesign
or is it a cloud overall folder?
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You can make your own folder called "Fonts" and load them up there. They will be available for download from that folder, but they will not sync with typekit or your Application font lists.
You will still need to download and install them locally on your computer(s).