Typekit now accepts Adobe IDs

Beginning today, you can update your Typekit account to use an Adobe ID. If you already have an Adobe ID, this means one less login to remember; you can sign in to typekit.com with the same username and password you use to sign in to other Adobe products. If you don’t yet have an Adobe ID, creating one takes only a few seconds, and doing so will pave the way for you to take advantage of Adobe’s Creative Cloud service launching this spring.

If you’re an existing Typekit user, you can update your account now. Note that doing so is not required; you may continue to use your current login if you prefer. If you haven’t yet signed up for Typekit, you’ll be prompted to sign in with an Adobe ID (or create a new Adobe ID) when you create your account.

As part of the new Adobe ID support, we have updated the Typekit terms of use and are moving to the standard Adobe privacy policy. These changes bring us in line with Adobe’s practices and pave the way for new features down the road.

Read more about how to update your account. Or, if you have questions, drop a line to support@typekit.com and we’ll get back to you right away.

Mandy Brown

Mandy Brown

Co-Founder and Editor at A Book Apart, Editor at A List Apart, Community & Support Manager at Typekit

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