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.Golf Guide commented
We have an Adobe Enterprise Subscription for our whole organization. It would be super compelling to be able to permit the majority of our Adobe Enterprise supscriptions access to the Branded layouts we have made for us. In any case, this does not appear to work at the present time?
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!Golf Guide commented
It's so vital to have the capacity to exchange responsibility for website to another client (and additionally trade a download and after that import to another record). Wix and different destinations have done this for quite a while. Without it, locales are bolted to one client and one membership. What do you do when an individual from staff leaves an association or its opportunity to ignore the site from "outline" to "content administration". It would be ideal if you include this at the earliest opportunity. Without it, relatively few individuals can genuinely resolve to Spark.