Diego Orozco

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    Thanks everyone! Sharing this feedback with the team. Please let me know how you’d like to use this feature (your workflows) so I can share that as well.

    Typically Spark is supposed to be the last step in your creation process, but I’d love to hear more about how it could work.

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    Diego Orozco commented  · 

    Bring back access to Creative Cloud files!

    My mobile application just updated to version 7.13.0 a week ago. It has removed the ability to access my OWN paid Creative Cloud storage. I have several folders set up with different assets which helped tremendously when creating cohesive social media posts. Suddenly I can’t access them and I’m being forced to use Libraries. Maybe some people use Libraries, but it is definitely a backwards process to have to reupload everything to just to be able to use it in a different location. The biggest issue is in a Library you cannot categorize anything, no folder/group support. So if you have dozens or even hundreds of assets you have to manually scroll and search through them all. Wouldn’t uploading twice count against the storage limit we have on our CC too? The correct solution would be to have both options available. Those who prioritize Libraries should have that option, and everyone else who has been using the paid Creative Cloud storage available to us for the last year should still have that. Please upvote if you need Creative Cloud storage access back!

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    Diego Orozco commented  · 

    Please vote up an item created by Josh about this same issue. It’s ridiculous that they seemingly unanimously just removed our access to paid storage for the sake of Library syncing across apps. If that were really the case, having access to both is the correct solution.

    My Spark just updated on mobile to ver 7.13.0 which launched a week ago. They’ve removed access to our own paid storage for a made up workflow solution that has blocked everyone else form accessing they files they own.

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    Diego Orozco commented  · 

    I’m responding to Chloe McConnell, weren’t all the files accesible from Creative Cloud storage already across all platforms?

    Edit: I’m trying to look around for people who asked for this migration which seems to be either nonexistent or a very low number of them. Pulling assets from CC storage was already easy, everyone that has paid access to Adobe apps has paid storage. To remove that paid access to our own storage through Spark is unnecessary.

    Edit 2: the link for Libraries in Chloe’s reply doesn’t even work! Just like this update/migration that wasn’t needed.

    The huge downside of migrating to Libraries is you can’t organize assets into separate groups or folders. You have to create a whole new Library! And to have several to scroll through doesn’t make any sense. You were able to access all of your files from web, mobile, and desktop by using the CC application and the native OS folder it creates so I don’t understand how this is true? I’m surprised that more people haven’t spoken up about how this has changed the workflow entirely. I just had my Spark app updated on my iPhone and it removed the access to CC storage. Using Libraries is a redundancy. And again it’s not efficient because if you have hundreds or even just dozens of assets such as PNGs and logos and custom created backgrounds, they can’t be organized within a Library they’re all just dumped in there.

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