How to set up and use Photoshop’s Quick Export
Want to export your Photoshop files faster than today? This guide on setting up Quick Export will help you.
If you are looking for an efficient way to save your Photoshop files, Quick Export might be the right solution for you.
With Quick Export, you don’t need to adjust settings for each saved file and more.
Photoshop also allows you to configure a keyboard shortcut for this feature. So let’s take a closer look at how you can improve your editing sessions with the Quick Export.
How to use Photoshop’s Quick Export feature
Saving a Photoshop file using Quick Export only takes a few clicks. Here’s how to do it:
Open the Deposit menu.
Click on Export> Quickly export to PNG format.
Select the location where you want to save the file.
Click on Save.
Photoshop saves a flattened PNG file at full resolution.
Note: If you are using Photoshop’s default settings, the available option will be Quick export to PNG format.
How to customize the quick export in Photoshop
To change the default settings, open the Deposit menu and click Export> Export preferences. Here are the options you can configure:
- Quick export format: You can save images in PNG, JPG, GIF or SVG format. You can also change the quality. Choosing the right format depends on what you are editing. For photos, JPG may be the right choice, while for logos, PNG is better.
- Quick export location: If you want a save dialog box to appear every time, select Ask where to export every time. the Export files to an asset folder next to the current document The option will automatically save your file to a newly created folder.
- Quick export metadata: If you plan to share your photos or creations on the Internet, check Copyright and contact details. Otherwise, select Nothing.
- Color space: If you do not have advanced knowledge of color profiles, it is best to leave the box checked.
How to set keyboard shortcut for quick export
If you want to speed up the process, you can create a Photoshop keyboard shortcut for quick export. Here’s how to do it:
Click on Edit> Keyboard shortcuts (or press Alt + Ctrl + Shift + K). Using this menu, you can edit or create keyboard shortcuts for almost any feature in Photoshop.
Open the Deposit menu and select Quick export to PNG format (or another file format you have defined).
Enter the keyboard shortcut.
To note: Photoshop will display a warning message if the selected shortcut is already in use or if a certain key cannot be accepted as a shortcut.
Make Photoshop more efficient
To use the fast export, all you need is a system where you know exactly where to save your Photoshop files, as well as what format you’re using and whether you need to add metadata.
Once you know how to use Quick Export, you will become more efficient with your workflow.
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