Adobe Asset Link. It pays to have connections.
Adobe Asset Link makes collaborating on assets second nature for creative and marketing teams. By connecting Adobe Experience Manager Assets, industry-leading design tools in Creative Cloud, and more than 265 million royalty-free assets in Adobe Stock, Asset Link makes it easy to create great experiences.
Adobe Asset Link is available to Creative Cloud and Experience Manager Assets customers.
Turn how you work with assets into an asset.
Create great content faster.
When designers and marketers collaborate efficiently, it’s easier to create the high-quality content customers crave.
With all your content in one place, your people can always find what they need through all the steps of production.
Easy set up and control.
Seamless integrations across Creative Cloud apps, Experience Manager, and Adobe Stock make IT people happier than ever.
Save time and money.
A centralized DAM ensures teams won’t waste valuable time hunting down assets or sorting out versioning problems.
Features built for collaboration and speed.
Find what you need, when you need it.
From right inside Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and XD, it’s easy to search and browse assets by type, date modified, and more.
Upload assets easily.
Creatives can add new assets to Experience Manager Assets directly from the design programs they work in all day, ensuring there’s one source for content that’s always reliable.
Keep content current.
Drag and drop any asset from Experience Manager Assets into your design program. When you check the asset out, files are locked to prevent problems with version control.
Work across teams.
Automated and customizable workflows keep finished projects separate from those in-progress and make it easy for teams to collaborate across departments.
Adobe Stock. Keep your DAM flowing with creativity.
Creatives that work with Experience Manager Assets not only have access to the millions of high-quality, royalty-free assets in Adobe Stock, they also can access a powerful search engine and see into license history.