I switched over to Creative Cloud file storage from Google Drive given that seems the direction Adobe is attempting (and failing miserably) to move, but my sync is short by over 40 gigs (and that's not because my plan is too small given I have the 1 TB plan) and I can't let go of Google Drive because I legitimately have zero faith in CC's abilities to sync anything whatsoever in a reliable manor. Something always fails to upload because Adobe had this brilliant idea to put character/file naming limitations unlike literally every other alternative service out there (see Google Drive, Dropbox, GFS, Backblaze, and even Microsoft OneDrive), and the entire sync halts as a result. I keep showing that 100 out of 26368 files are synced and I'm unsure how to reset this crap.
If Adobe can't fix this, they owe it to their customers to refund every dollar for the 1TB plan grouped with the CC all apps plan.
Totally agree, the cloud sync horror is best compared to an online USB stick to be accessed from windows 98. it COULD work, theoretically. Searching the internet it becomes clear that these issues are around since 2014. come on Adobe, you attempt to do a bloody folder sync, nothing difficult here, all your customers add TB drives to their workstations for this folder to sync like it's 2001. and still it does not work. very nice for 90 dollars per month.