Make it possible to collaborate with colleagues.
I want this feature so that I can:
- Create templates for colleagues and/or students
- Share my projects to a professional editor for further enhancements
- Share project for reviewing and comments
- Collaborate with colleagues or classmates
Tullia Rosso commented
we need the collaboration feature on Rush!
it is easy to manage for different team components from more expert to entry level...
Made it pleaseeee!!!
Kev Powell commented
I’m new to this app and I am absolutely shocked that there is not a collaboration feature - so y2k
D KNOWLES commented
I'm astounded this is not possible. I've been editing for weeks and I am ready to share them for final graphics and output with a colleague... WTF
Bill Patterson commented
I prefer Premier Rush in creating simple videos over Canva. However, colleagues are using Canva because they can collaborate. We have Adobe Creative Suite between us, but are opting for Canva because of this one feature.
Elizabeth Gunn commented
Yes, any sort of text production requires collaboration. Video is an obvious one and people can learn from each other and use the platform more often, more confidently and more effectively, thus encouraging graduation to Premiere Pro software.
Hal Brice commented
AGREE 1,000 PERCENT. It's like this is perfect for social and internal teams. Here's the video, do you have any edits? PLEASE enable this for your people who are monthly all access subscribers at least!
Michelle Dennis commented
As Canva goes more and more video features, the lack of collaboration in Rush is becoming more and more of a obvious pain point.
David Walsh commented
Missing out on an entire market here Adobe. Other platforms keep popping up and lucky for Adobe they're mostly terrible with very limited features even while offering Team and Enterprise plans. If Adobe would reimagine Rush by offering Rush Pro or Rush for Teams, they'd be tapping into an entirely new market they currently aren't making money off of. I for one know I could bring them them dozens of licenses right away, and judging from the comments here, others are in the same boat. What we want: go see Canva.com BUT remove all the goofy templates and utter nonsense going on there and give us compatabilty After Effects so the design team can create MOGRTs and control branding. Every big corporate firm I know of has gone all-in on digital since Covid started, and there's TONS of interest in this.
JJ Sereday commented
Three years and still not available? Come on guys.
Roland Postma commented
Adobe let know why this is not possible!
Opettaja Corellia commented
This absolutely would need to be shareable in the sama way as the cloud documents on PS and AI. Collaboration is in the very core of Creative Cloud and this would make Rush so much more valuable for so many users. Please address this asap
Piping in, yet again. We licensed 30 seats and no way to collaborate. My peeps are not video professionals and need a simple tool, but with everyone working remotely, they need to be able to work together. Any movement, Adobe?
Tom Richards commented
Amen. I work with a group who finds Adobe Rush incredibly useful. But not being able to collaborate with another on projects is a very big problem. We need this. No comment Adobe? You guys are tops on this.
With so many working remotely, there is now an even greater need to be able to share projects. Please make this a feature again.
Sunday Coulter commented
It was a feature for a hot minute, what happened????
Lara Wessels commented
Okay, so this idea is from 2018 and still no feedback or roadmap whatsoever ...
This is really strange behavior to paying customers.
Nurul Atiqah NAS commented
We can share the file with different Adobe account. Or save the working file on our cloud file. We can share the file to other account.
Léonor De Chanterac commented
Unbelievable that we cannot export a master file as archive or share it to someone that will continue editing.
Daniel Rosenholm commented
Also make premiere rush projects available to share and open in Premiere Pro.
Just take a look at apple, garageband projects can be shared and opened in logic pro x, imovie projects can be opened in final cut.
Don't sleep on this one Adobe, it's good for you and it's good for us! You will gain more customers in the long run and we get a more powerful and flexible way of being creative and collaborating on all levels.
@Ben Zuidwijk- based on the many great comments, it seems as though this idea has legs and it would be great if a moderator from Adobe would weigh in here to explain if or when there are plans to introduce this functionality. This was something that was alluded to when the product was in Beta and launched. There seem to be quite a few of us who are part of teams where, maybe we can use Premiere Pro, but our colleagues can't and this would be so helpful for collaborating on content.