A Lightning Fast Productivity Tip in Adobe Illustrator

Adobe introduced multiple artboards in Illustrator a few versions ago. Since then, we’ve been able to create multiple designs inside of a single file in Adobe Illustrator. If we are creating a set of designs that all have similar elements, it is really easy to create multiple artboards, where you can drag and drop elements from one to another. The best part is that you never have to switch screens or toggle tabs. You can work faster and much smarter. The problem is, when you have multiple artboards, you can’t save them all for the web at one time. At least, you can do this in the way that you’d think. Sometimes it just takes looking in the right place to find the options that you’re looking for. Learn how to save all of your artboards at once as either jpeg or PNG files with this killer Productivity Tip in Adobe Illustrator. Below, you can watch the video on this Killer Productivity Tip in Adobe Illustrator.

It is amazing how looking in the right place can make all the difference. You can save so much time by not having to save each artboard individually. you don’t have to create separate files and copy & paste. You don’t have to export your files as PDFs. You can save them all directly as jpegs, PNG files, or a bunch of other formats. All you have to do is find the right menu and check the correct options. Do this also gives you a few other options that you wouldn’t normally get.

Killer Productivity Tip in Adobe Illustrator

So what do you think? Will this save you a lot of time in Adobe Illustrator? Do you usually work with multiple artboards in Adobe Illustrator? Do you have any other productivity tips for Adobe Illustrator? If you do, I’d love to hear them in the comments section below.


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