Transfer Posts created in one account to another account or user (within Adobe Accounts), so more than one person can collaborate in a shared environment. Or in my instance, that I made several Posts but then realized I was using my personal ID as opposed to the Work one and now there's no option to even download and transfer (like Spark Page & Video). Somehow it's missing the option to show and download projects.167 votes
Thanks for this suggestion! Curious to everyone who voted this up:
Are you more interested in inviting others to collaborate on a shared project or being able to transfer projects from one account to another? And why?
Thanks for your feedback!
It would be good for my clients to find a program where I can create social post graphic templates that are consistent with the rest of their design collateral. So adding templates from Creative Cloud with background images and editable text. Or create templates to share with friends for use in the app. I know its a fun app to use, but if I could use it so users can create interesting social post graphics while adhering to their brand guidelines that would be awesome.121 votes
Hey everyone! As you may have seen, we merged this request with a few others that will be potential solutions that we’re working on.
One thing to note is that you can create “templates” in the iOS app by creating remixable projects. You can share those with other users, and they can edit them. The main issue is that if they don’t have access to premium features, then they won’t be able to add the brand logo. But this would be a temporary workaround for what you’re trying to accomplish — the new features in the works will be better.
I need to be able to make a brand - logo, templates - the lot - as if for one business - and share this with others, so that a whole community can share in a common look accessing the same brand via spark - either via a common login or individual loggin into a common space.82 votes
We hear you! We’re currently exploring how this would work. Please keep adding comments for how you’d like to see this functionality work for you.
Each of my pages show how many people have viewed and how many have liked. But, I have yet to find a way to view where these views are coming from. Any sort of data behind these numbers would be helpful. Who? Where did the pings come from? Repeat views?
Additional information will help to do a better job of creating more meaningful, targeted marketing.21 votes
Thanks for the feedback! I’d love to talk to some of you that are interested in having analytics built into Spark.
Either grab some time with me here, or respond to the email!
Would be nice to have that integration, it would just cut out some extra work in posting across my channels.4 votes
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