Creative Cloud Files/Libraries/Published refinement
I saw a feature that said libraries was a new feature in Bridge and thinking that Bridge is the tool that, "gives you centralized access to all the files and assets you need for your creative projects," I was a little disappointed that it still doesn't seem to help with the clarify between files / libraries and published files on Creative cloud and seems to be very Photoshop and Illustrator focused rather than 'files and assets for creative projects' focused. * there are Adobe creative tools that are not Photoshop and Illustrator... just sayin.
Bridge should have a the ability to browse files which are stored on the web via the web not via copies on the local machine - these versions (cloud and local) are regularly out of sync - no idea why this is such an issue with CC but not other cloud based file systems, but browsing Cloud folders works around this issue.
There needs to be come clarification between Files, Libraries and Published areas of CC - Bridge should be able to browse them all - it's not clear what the difference between these different areas/method of putting on CC is. is a library published? Why aren't files in a browsable library? <shrug>
Bridge needs to be more inclusive of other Adobe apps (I hate myself a little for saying it like that) but why aren't there hooks into XD files or after Effects like there are for Photoshop or Illustrator? I think having the ability to browse fonts from would extremely useful as a 'browsing of all my creative assets' point of view - especially if it was browsing this assets from a cloud POV.
I'm happy I can at least see XD files which are stored locally and bridge understands that file format.
the Publish panel should definitely include XD prototypes and development documents in addition to stock and portfolio. Where is Behance in all this? (still not clear why portfolio and behance are separate... I digress.
I think the folder panel and favorites panel could use some refinement to support items which are in the native OS and not just the physical structure (this is probably minor) but it would be nice to be able to browser iCloud drive files even though they are not synced/stored local copies. ** this goes back to browsing cloud assets this could be extended to 3rd party cloud storage (I can understand not supporting that - but then CC files needs to work)