Bringing this up again. The post with the same name from 2016 is locked and marked as "Solved." It is most definitely NOT solved as we STILL don't have the ability to sync selectively. Because of this, my team has had several laptops completely filled and we have had to archive/delete over 1TB of data just so we could keep working. I'm really hoping Adobe will address this, but since it has been 6 years with no movement (at least not that I can see), we will likely be moving to another service for asset management.
IT consultant here. This feature alone will hold back at least 3 of our clients from moving their Adobe data (InDesign, Photoshop, etc.) to Adobe's platform and they will adopt a different solution. Any other cloud storage provider offers this, crazy to imagine a company as established as Adobe hasn't engineered this into their platform for 6 years now.
Adobe has told me point blank that they will not help me with a problem with links with ID documents and Google Shared Drives. I was told that the only approved solution is to use CC File Sync. Yet CC File Sync is so feature poor compared to the alternatives. Not being able to do selective syncing is going to force us to do many workarounds. And the only reason why we are considering CC File Sync is do to the storing of links in InDesign which I suspect is an Adobe problem and Adobe refuses to assist me with this problem. I guess this is what happens when you get to be a monopoly.
I'm sorry, but 6 years is an absolute joke, bordering on insulting. Adobe CC isn't cheap, and to justify that you seem to think busying yourself with an annual release cycle of apps with very minor changes is what we want. I don't care if it takes you 3 years to release a new version of AE or Premiere Pro, but I would very much like for Adobe to introduce the features and fix the bugs that we have been asking for (in some cases) more than a decade! I really am reaching the end of my tether with Adobe - you are failing to deliver the basics and it's just not exusable any more.