Would be great to have a way to open posts to Illustrator or Photoshop for additional tweaking.262 votes
Thanks everyone! Sharing this feedback with the team. Please let me know how you’d like to use this feature (your workflows) so I can share that as well.
Typically Spark is supposed to be the last step in your creation process, but I’d love to hear more about how it could work.
In a text box that contains multiple paragraphs there is no way to increase the space between paragraphs or add a manual line break/space. This means each paragraph needs to be it's own text box, which doesn't really work well for many styles and is just a silly work flow.
More customization of text would make Spark a very useful tool, but without simple things like that and the ability to specify font size, I think I'll go back to Illustrator/Photoshop.127 votes
Hey everyone! We’re currently gathering different kinds of text formatting that we’re looking to add into Post. Please keep the suggestions coming!
Currently the only option is to "Share", but options are limited. Would be nice to be able to save directly to lightroom or creative cloud, at which point you could access the file directly from other CC apps.
Sizing/resolution output options would also be great, as others have suggested.101 votes
Currently if you tap on Share > More in Post, you’ll have access to the native iOS share sheet in which you can choose to share your Post directly to any of the apps installed on your phone (scroll all the way down to ‘More’ to add more options).
If you have the Lightroom CC or Creative Cloud app installed, you’ll have the ability to share to them there.
Would this be sufficient for you guys?
Let us know!
Make it possible to show the facebook ad grid so it will be easy to follow facebook's ad rules for commercial use. Or even better if we could have a button that resize's the text so it fits within the facebook rules.57 votes
I would like to be able to specify the text size and styles by highlighting specific text in a text box. It is currently very difficult to resize text and to get various text boxes to have the same size text.31 votes
Thanks for your feedback! We’re looking into the ability to define a numerical font sizes.
As for bold, Italic… the ‘right’ way (because the team has many type-nerds) is to use the appropriate font weight for the font rather than create a faux font style. https://www.marksimonson.com/notebook/view/FakevsTrueItalics
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