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How to install DataPocket on Adobe Illustrator
How to install DataPocket on Adobe Illustrator

Learn how to connect your data and product feeds to design on Adobe Illustrator

Updated over a week ago

Follow these steps to install DataPocket on your Adobe Illustrator:

1. Installing the DataPocket Extension

1.1 Close Illustrator

It is important that your Adobe Illustrator window is closed before the installation.

1.2 Install the ZXP Installer

Go to aescripts.com and search for ZXP installer or click here ZXP installer

1.3 Download The Latest DataPocket Extension

Navegate to DataPocket and download the latest DataPocket extension

1.4 Open The ZXP Installer

Open the ZXP Installer to follow the process.

1.5 Drag The DataPocket Extension

Once the Installer is opened go to the pop-up window and drag the DataPocket Extension into it.

2. Completing the Connection on DataPocket

Enjoy the power of connecting complete product and data feeds to Adobe Ilustrator in a matter of seconds.

2.1 Open Illustrator

Now is time to install DataPocket on your Illustrator account:

2.2 Open Window

Navigating on the top bar click on Window.

2.3 Click Extensions & choose DataPocket

On the dropdown menu click on Extensions -> DataPocket

Depending on the version and the operating system, its location may vary.

2.4 Click 'connect using browser'

To finish the istallation.

3. Logging to DataPocket

Click DataPocket app and sign in to start to design with your own data source.

If you already have an account on DataPocket you just log in, if not create a new account.

Starting a new design

Drag and drop all your images, texts and prices into your designs seamlessly.

You can have access to the following data sources to use the product or data feeds on your designs:

WordPress · WooCommerce · Magento · Prestashop · Shopify · BigCommerce · Squarespace · Wix eCommerce · CSV · API

Please remember that if you are missing any integration, we also build custom integrations

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