In this article:
- Download and install our free Gelato Plugin for Adobe
- Create and upload files
- Create editable templates
- Change and update your files in the library
- Features in the plugin
1. Download and Sign In
In this video, you will learn where to download our free Adobe Print Plugin and how to sign in.
Note: You need to be a registered user on Gelato Globe in order to sign in to the Adobe Print Plugin. If you haven't yet received a login, please contact your account Admin.
2. Create Your File and Upload It
In this video, you will learn how to create a file starting from one of the available templates and upload it on Gelato Globe using our Plugin for Adobe.
Note: When you upload the file from InDesign you can decide whether to upload both the InDesign package and PDF or the PDF only. The former option is slower (especially for larger files) but allows you to edit the file in the future directly from your Gelato library; The latter option, on the other hand, has a shorter upload time but does not allow any future edits unless you own the original InDesign file.
3. Create Editable Templates
In this video, you will learn how to create an editable business card using editable templates. The same principles can be used for any editable document you would like to create.
Note: Editable templates can be only created with Adobe InDesign.
4. Change and Update Your Files in the Library
In this final video, you will learn how you can change and update your files in the library using our Plugin for Adobe. This option is available only if you decided to upload both the InDesign and PDF.
Note: If you don't want to replace the existing file, please use the Upload as new option in the plugin (accessible from the 3 dots next to the Upload button).
5. Additional Features in the Plugin
There is one additional feature in our plugin that you may find useful:
1. 'Color profiles':
This function opens a window with all colour profiles which are installed.
If you do not have the Gelato profile we require, you can download it from here and simply drag and drop it to the colour profile folder.