Cage for Adobe Photoshop
Cage for Adobe Photoshop is now available. With the Cage for Adobe Photoshop plugin, you can iterate on your designs quickly - without all of the context switching. All the very best of Cage, directly inside Adobe Photoshop (and for free).
Step 1. Downloading & Installing Cage for Photoshop plugin
Go do the following URL to directly download the Cage for Photoshop plugin from the Creative Cloud Marketplace.
Step 2. Connecting to Cage
✨ Sign up or Sign in for a new account
First, you'll want to either sign up for a new account or login to your current Cage account. So let's go ahead and sign up for a new account. Click "Sign up for Account". You'll need to enter account information on cageapp.com. If you already have a Cage account, you can click "Login to Cage" button. This opens a new browser window. Login into Cage (if already logged in you will be redirected).
The last step here is a simple confirmation. Wait for redirect and Cage for Photoshop connection.
Step 3. Using Cage for Photoshop
📁 Uploading Files
Upload an Entire PSDs. Navigate to the desired project you would like to upload the file too in the Cage for Photoshop plugin. Click "Upload" in the Project files view. Add a note to go along with your new file if you like (it's optional). Select "private" if you would like the file to be shared with team members only.
Upload Individual Assets / Elements
Navigate to the project you would like to upload the file to within Cage and click the "Upload" button. Select the specific element you would like to upload as a file to Cage. Click the "Upload" button and wait for the file to upload. Once uploaded you will be redirected to the file detail view and feedback can now be added.
Leaving Feedback on Files
Navigate to the project & file in the Cage for Photoshop plugin panel. Go to "Notes" view. Enter feedback and submit note.
Leaving feedback on files not currently open in Photoshop
This works for any file within the Cage for Photoshop plugin panel. Simply navigate to the desired file and leave feedback. This does not require the file to be opened as the current document in Adobe Photoshop.
💬 Adding comments on discussions
Adding comments can be done in the following areas:
- When replying to an annotation on a file
- Adding a discussion to a task
- Replying to a message on a project
✅ Completing tasks
Tasks can be easily marked complete or incomplete via the Cage for Photoshop plugin. Clicking the checkbox element will update the task status (similar to within Cage). Incomplete or "active" tasks look like this.
Tasks in Project details
Tasks can be found at both the project and file detail levels. Tasks that have been added to files automatically show up under the "Tasks on files" task list in the project details view.
Completing tasks on files
When a file has tasks added to it they'll show up under the "Tasks" tab of the file details view.
You can easily see approvals for files inside Photoshop. This makes it easy to track progress and do your work in a timely way.