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Need to check used/available Document Cloud storage? We’re here to help!

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Sep 30, 2019

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A Document Cloud membership includes Cloud-based storage, which allows you to access files stored in the cloud from any computer using a web browser. Accessing documents across the device is so easy now.

 

If you have a Document Cloud membership or a Single App membership, you have 20GB storage. If you have a trial product or a free membership, you have 2GB storage.

You can check your current storage usage in a couple of places.

  1. Creative Cloud website, View your available storage space on the lower-left corner of the page. When you hover the mouse, you see the total available cloud storage.

 

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  1. Document Cloud, Sign in with your Adobe ID and password, or with your social (Facebook or Google) account.
  • Use Adobe Document Cloud to store and share large files online. Easily upload files in Document Cloud and manage them from your computer or mobile device.
  • Document Cloud offers tools, solution, services across Desktop, Mobile, and Web.

                                             

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Still can’t able to find the cloud storage information, this may mean either you are not using the correct Adobe ID (email address), or not logged in to the correct website.

 

Tell us if these helped you use Acrobat better. Join the conversation here. We are listening!

 

To discover a host of other great features –

Go straight to: Adobe PDF Pack features| Adobe Export PDF features | Manage and work with files stored in Adobe Document Cloud | Creative Cloud File storage and quota

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Need to check used/available Document Cloud storage? We’re here to help!

Adobe Employee ,
Sep 30, 2019

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A Document Cloud membership includes Cloud-based storage, which allows you to access files stored in the cloud from any computer using a web browser. Accessing documents across the device is so easy now.

 

If you have a Document Cloud membership or a Single App membership, you have 20GB storage. If you have a trial product or a free membership, you have 2GB storage.

You can check your current storage usage in a couple of places.

  1. Creative Cloud website, View your available storage space on the lower-left corner of the page. When you hover the mouse, you see the total available cloud storage.

 

clipboard_image_0.png

 

  1. Document Cloud, Sign in with your Adobe ID and password, or with your social (Facebook or Google) account.
  • Use Adobe Document Cloud to store and share large files online. Easily upload files in Document Cloud and manage them from your computer or mobile device.
  • Document Cloud offers tools, solution, services across Desktop, Mobile, and Web.

                                             

                                               clipboard_image_3.pngclipboard_image_4.png

 

Still can’t able to find the cloud storage information, this may mean either you are not using the correct Adobe ID (email address), or not logged in to the correct website.

 

Tell us if these helped you use Acrobat better. Join the conversation here. We are listening!

 

To discover a host of other great features –

Go straight to: Adobe PDF Pack features| Adobe Export PDF features | Manage and work with files stored in Adobe Document Cloud | Creative Cloud File storage and quota

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Adobe PDF pack, Export PDF, Manage files

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