You can now connect your Adobe® Creative Cloud Libraries to your Paperform account.

You can easily insert and sync your assets from your Adobe Creative Cloud Libraries to your Paperforms.

Let us look at the different ways we can access the Adobe Creative Cloud Integration.

How to Connect your Adobe Creative Cloud Account

When following one of the below processes to insert/sync an image file, GIF file, or color to your Paperform, you will first be prompted to log into your Adobe Account.

Using slash commands

  1. On a blank line in the form editor, type '/adobe' and select Adobe Creative Cloud from the dropdown menu.
  2. A window will open with access to your Adobe Creative Cloud Libraries.
  3. Choose your library and your desired file, then click done to add it to your form.

Without using slash commands

Add an image file or GIF file to the form body:

  1. In the form editor, select the line where you want to add an image.
  2. Choose the Add picture icon to the left of that line.

  1. This will open an upload image window. Simply select Creative Cloud, and your library and desired image.

    NOTE: Once the image has been uploaded, you can access a range of formatting options by clicking the upload.

Multiple-choice Images

You can add an asset from your Creative Cloud Libraries to a multiple-choice question option.

  1. Click on the configure icon (cogwheel) to enter the multiple-choice configuration.
  2. Scroll until you see Add images to the options; toggle this on.
  3. Click CHOOSE A FILE.
  4. This will open the upload image window. Simply select Creative Cloud, choose your library and select your desired image.

Background Image

You can even use one of your assets as the Background Image of your form.

  1. In the form editor go to ThemeUI ElementsBackground.

  2. Click CHOOSE A FILE and select the Creative Cloud tab.

  3. Select your desired image and click done.

    You can set the transparency of your image by clicking the box that appears beneath Overlay Color.

Cover Image and Browser Icon

A cover image will appear when you link your form to social media. While the browser icon is the small square image that displays next to a page's title in browser tabs and in other places across the web.

To change the cover image or browser icon:

  1. In the form editor go to ConfigureDetails.
  2. Click CHOOSE A FILE and select Creative Cloud.
  3. Select your desired library and image and click done.

Dynamic Success Page

On Pro and Agency plans, you can create your own custom success pages.

  1. In the form editor go to After SubmissionSuccess Pages & Redirects and toggle on Dynamic Success Pages & Redirects if it is not already on.
  2. Click the edit button next to the relevant success page, or add a new success page.
  3. Scroll down to "Submission Screen Design" and there you can edit the content on the screen just like you can edit content when making a form. Select the Add Picture icon and select Creative Cloud.

Custom PDF

Pro and Agency plans have the ability to create Custom PDFs.

Custom PDFs are generated when a form is submitted. PDFs can then be downloaded manually from the submissions page, accessed via direct integrations, webhooks, or attached to emails.

To add an asset from your Creative Cloud Libraries to your PDF:

  1. In the form editor go to After SubmissionCustom PDFs, and click the edit button next to the relevant PDF, or add a new PDF.
  2. Scroll down to "PDF Content" and click in the box to edit the content of your PDF. Select the Add Picture icon and select Creative Cloud.
  3. Then select your library and desired image and click done.

Colors

You also have the ability to import your colors saved to Creative Cloud Libraries via the Theme section of your form editor.

Any place you can select a color within your form editor, you can also click on the "Choose from Creative Cloud" button in the color picker widget, or by clicking on the Creative Cloud icon.