Photoshop: Groups/categories in Creative Cloud Libraries

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Hey guys,we are using the nicely integrated library in Ps, Ai and Id in our agency, but we would be happy if there will be the possibility to create sub-categories for the main categories. It is a little bit confusing when the library is filled with lots of colors, texts and graphics, so a little bit organization would be neat :)
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Adrian Hilmmer

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Chris Cox

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You do know that you can have multiple libraries (say one library per project), right?
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Adrian Hilmmer

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Hey Chris!

Jepp, we know that we can have multiple libraries. We try to use the libraries for our clients CI ́s. It would be neat if there will be the possibility to create a group, lets name it "icons", so all the icons can be within this group in the library of a particular client. This will be much more practicable if we dont have to switch between hunderets of libraries, when we are working for a client.

The difference for us is that we can expand the library panel, so all the assets can be directly reached. Switching between libraries takes much more time, is confusing and not really practical for us.

Maybe you are rethinking the structure of the libraries to bring them to the next level :)

By the way the libraries are amazing and I am really happy that we can share them between our employees, now. Thank you so much!
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Stephen Nielson, Group Product Manager

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Thanks for the feedback, Adrian. This is something that we have heard from other customers, and we are looking in to ways to better organize your content within Libraries. Stay tuned!
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Groups in Photoshop CC Library.

The Libraries extension in Photoshop doesn't show groups that are created in Illustrator and/or After Effects.  Please add this functionality!