It seems the only options within library folders are "Send Link", "Rename" and "Delete".
I'd like to consolidate Library folders... for example, I have multiple folders for the same project, just different content. Now that I'm done their related projects, I'd like to consolidate them into one Library (where I don't need the subject matter's separated, but would like to keep all of the saved images together in one library folder).
Another example, I have saved themes (like textures / backgrounds) throughout many different libraries. I'd like to save a master Library that houses all of those similar themes (like textures). Is there a more timely way of doing this other than going to each image in each separate library and selecting to save preview to a new, consolidated library?
NOTE: I'm referring to Library organization within my own profile and only regarding Stock imagery (previews, to be specific). I'm not trying to link or sync local saved Adobe files.
David__B • Adobe Employee, Feb 26, 2018Feb 26, 2018
Hi Christopher,We are looking to add move options are around being able to manage and organize library content.Currently you can select multiple items within a library (shift click to select a range) and right or control click on them to copy or move them to another library.Best,- Dave
OK, Thanks Dave, this is helpful. I have taken advantage of the ability to share / sync libraries across accounts. This is helpful.
The ability to manage content within your own account's libraries would be very ideal. I occasionally use ImageShack to host galleries for public. ImageShack isn't the best, but it does serve them well how they allow to select images and move or copy to other libraries.
Looking at how they function would be a good start... I'm sure y'all can do better!