About Creative Cloud
Creative Cloud uses a subscription model where users can pay monthly or annually for the applications they need. You can learn more about Creative Cloud and the different options available by visiting Adobe’s website.
Creative Cloud for Teams
For companies with more than one user of InCopy it is recommended to use “Creative Cloud for Teams”. This allows you to buy multiple subscriptions using a single account. After these have been purchased you can then send out invitations to the different users who will be using the software. For more information about using “Creative Cloud for Teams” and for purchasing see the page found here on Adobe’s website.
A PDF, created by Adobe, with complete instructions for how you administrate "Creative Cloud for Teams" can be found here.
After purchasing: installation
For complete information about installing “Creative Cloud for Teams”, how it is administrated and how applications can be packaged and deployed please see Adobe’s excellent page which includes links to videos, PDFs and FAQs as well as support information.
Installing InCopy using the "Creative Cloud Desktop App"
After the Creative Cloud Desktop App is installed, make sure that you are logged in with an Adobe account that has an active subscription, trial versions will only give you access to the latest release.
You can then install the correct version of InCopy/InDesign for your project. Before installing anything make sure that you have agreed with the agency you are working with which version you will use. With a Creative Cloud account you can install different versions on the same computer. All users must use the same version of InCopy/InDesign otherwise users will not be able to download their documents for editing.
If the documents are already available on CtrlPrint you can see which version they were created in, by logging in, navigating to any chapter in the project and looking at the info at the top of the page (see screenshot below):