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.
When following one of the flows below to insert an image or GIF or change a color, you'll first be prompted to log into your Adobe account.
For most actions you'll want to take, almost all of the instructions follow similarly:
The differences are before Step 1 and have to do with where you're adding a color or image in the form or its configuration. See the below sections for more information.
/adobeand select "Adobe Creative Cloud" from the dropdown menu.
Whether you use slash commands or not, you can click the image once uploaded on the form and select from multiple options to format the image as desired, including an image editor to crop, resize, filter, tune, or annotate the image.
Your options don't have to be only text — you can add images to spice them up. Optionally, you can set options to only display images with no text at all.
Click the "Configure" icon to the right of a multiple-choice question in the editor to enter its configuration.
Scroll down in the configuration and ensure "Add images to the options" is toggled on.
Click "Choose A File" for any option you want to add an image to.
Follow the instructions in common configuration.
Assets may be used as your form's background image as well.
A cover image will appear when you link your form on some social media platforms. The cover image does not appear otherwise. A browser icon, or favicon, is the small, square image that displays next to a page's title in browser tabs and other places across the web.
Note: Modifying the browser icon is only available on Agency.
To change the cover image or browser icon:
On Pro and Agency plans, you can create your own custom success pages.
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 submission dashboard, passed through integrations, sent to webhooks, or attached to emails.
To add an asset to your PDF:
You may also use the colors you have saved in Creative Cloud to quickly and easily apply your own, unique branding to your forms.
You can add your own colors from Creative Cloud anywhere in the editor where you can select a color.
You can click on the Creative Cloud icon before entering the color picker:
or you can click "Choose from Creative Cloud" from within the color picker: