Adobe is bringing Adobe Creative Cloud to Microsoft Teams

Microsoft today announced some pretty major updates coming to Microsoft Teams at Build 2017. The company also announced today that it’s teaming up with Adobe and a couple of other companies to bring new experiences to Microsoft. Adobe will actually be integrating its Creative Cloud service into Teams, allowing users to access their files on Creative Cloud right from Teams.

In addition to being able to share files from Adobe Creative Cloud, Microsoft Teams users will also be able to send and track Adobe Sign agreements right from the app. Moreover, whenever there’s any update to your shared files, the Adobe Creative Cloud bot will make sure to notify you in Teams which is also pretty neat.

At Build 2017, Microsoft also announced that Wrike and Sapho are also integrating their services into Teams along with Adobe.