Late in 2014, Adobe came out with a new feature called Libraries for Creative Cloud.
As I mentioned earlier, Libraries are a way to store and share content between desktop applications, mobile apps, online services, and other people.
I thought the art in the object was missing, but they have included it, but the library items can't seem to find them.
Now, I can update the dragged library item on the page, but can't seem to update the art in the objects in the library.
In this article, web developer Brian Wood takes you on a tour of Libraries in Illustrator CC, Photoshop CC, and a few of the Adobe i OS apps and shows you an example workflow utilizing this new Creative Cloud feature.
For me, one of the more challenging aspects of working with Adobe programs like Photoshop and Illustrator has been sharing content between them.