I'm sleep deprived.
Instead of making a duplicate before editing. I deleted a photo, then republished the link.
Except. I didn't delete a photo.
I had deleted a photo group... about 40 photos... before I republished the link.
Are those old photos somewhere in my adobe account somewhere to recover still?
I've been using this same page for a syllabus reference for several years, and I didn't keep the original photos.
Long time no chat 🙂 I wasn't sure which online photo storage option you were referencing. You don't by chance have an example URL for reference? I was wondering if these were Lightroom online or Assets.adobe.com or something else. Please let me know when you get the chance and we'll see how we can help.
I wish they were referenced from LR or something on Assets...
I had just uploaded them to Spark Page (now part of the Express family). And all was going well, until I thought I was removing one image, but turned out I was removing all of the images. Careless. But there is no undo.
I figured there must be a server somewhere with those images on it. Once I uploaded those to my Spark Page, they no longer get linked to my local school computer. They're hosted somewhere else, and I think count against Adobe storage, but they don't show up in my Assets.Adobe.com - - or at least not anywhere that I was able to find.
Got it, thanks for clarifying Ko. Yeah, if it was available still I think it would appear here: https://express.adobe.com/sp/projects I noticed on my iPad when deleting a project you get a few different options. If you select the Delete everywhere it looks like it is gone permanently with no way to get it back
Unfortunately, I only deleted a single asset (happened to be a photo grid) inside the project.
Fortunately, I didn't delete the entire project.
Just another workflow rule to adhere to: USE THE DUPLICATE PROJECT BUTTON before making those big editorial decisions. 🙂
The images are stored in
I wonder if there's a way to see the images attached to my projects.
I see that too for project images in the source code for the page but am not sure if you can view all images for a project. I think they all have their own unique URL.