Sneak Peek! The New Feature You’ve Been Asking For
We’ve been absolutely floored by all the amazing Spark stories that have popped up in our news feeds in the five months since we launched. Your creations have taken us to film festivals, on concert tours across the country, inside art galleries, onto NCAA football sidelines, and even up in helicopters. You’ve gone far north and deep south, to bustling global cities and remote villages, and almost everywhere in between. People all over the world are using Spark’s web and mobile apps to communicate with style and impact via great-looking social graphics, web pages, and animated videos.
We’ve also received tons of amazing feedback and feature requests from our users—many of whom are paid members of Adobe Creative Cloud and use Spark as an adjunct to their pro tools—and we’re using that feedback to make the apps even better.
Since we launched, we’ve added the ability to auto-resize Post graphics to save you time. We’ve introduced a sleek, new embed experience in Page. We’ve launched our SparkMade newsletter to deliver bi-weekly tips, tricks, and inspiration. And we’ve started conversations with users on our blog and social media broadcasts, such as with independent filmmakers who publicize their own work with Page, design consultants who inspire their social media followers with Post, and entrepreneurs who advertise with Video.
But the #1 requested feature? Remove the Spark branding.
We try not to take it personally…;)
You’ve told us you care deeply about your brand, so we’re unveiling the feature you want most at the annual Adobe MAX conference of the world’s top creatives. Starting today, paid Creative Cloud members can remove Spark branding from Posts, Pages, and Videos published from the Spark web app. And to sweeten the deal, we’re allowing all users take this exclusive new feature for a spin as a teaser for the exciting new things on the horizon for Spark.
Here’s how it works: To remove the branding from your projects, simply click the “Remove Adobe Spark branding” option in the Share menu. It’s that easy. (We’re working on adding this feature to the Spark mobile apps as well. Stay tuned.)
Create something amazing today with Spark
To check out the feature, go to spark.adobe.com and try creating and publishing something new: maybe a graphic Instagram post, an eye-catching invitation for your next event, or even an explainer video for your business or non-profit.
And if you’re attending Adobe MAX, stop by the Spark table in the Community Pavilion to meet the team and take Spark for a spin!
If you’re not a paid Creative Cloud member but want to use the feature, our free sneak peek will last until the end of 2016. For more information, check out the FAQ.
We can’t wait to see what you create!
General Manager, Adobe Spark
P.S. We’d love to hear from you! Reach out to us on Twitter (@AdobeSpark) or Facebook.