Over the last two years Adobe has focused on increasing the number and variety of quality images and video content on Adobe Stock, from 40 million assets in 2015, to boasting over 90 million assets today.
That’s not all Adobe has been working on for its content library. In an effort to ensure Adobe Stock remains a go-to platform for stock content, the company has focused on enhancing its user experience. Stock assets are often used to create more engaging presentations and documents- to streamline workflows for users Adobe has developed Adobe Stock plug-ins for Microsoft PowerPoint, and Google Slides, Docs and Sheets.
These add-ons are useful features that mean users can do more with their presentations and documents. Adobe says they are proud to announce these new add-ons that allow users to easily create, edit, and collaborate with the best images at their fingertips without leaving a workflow.
The application plug-ins let users search with Adobe Stock’s new visual features, license media without leaving the presentation software, and combine visual with text search. The add-in, which puts a button on the program’s Insert menu, enables presentation creators to go way beyond the included clip art of PowerPoint, for more polished results.
Additional new features in Adobe Stock mean that users can search for images by keyword, explore curated collections, or perform a visual search by uploading an image of your own and having Adobe Stock find something similar. Searching for the perfect image can be a cumbersome and time-consuming task – but with Visual Search powered by Adobe Sensei, users can simply drag and drop an image onto the search bar and see high-quality, royalty-free results that match the colour, tone, and composition of your uploaded sample.
See how there awesome Adobe Stock features can help you create great work, quickly and easily.