CC Libraries transfered to a different User?

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Apr 03, 2017

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Background: I have a work account for adobe and have created 6 libraries that our team is collaborating on.

Question:  What happens to those libraries if my account is gone? (I'm leaving for a new job) Do they live on because they have collaborators? Can I change ownership of them?

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Adobe Employee , Apr 07, 2017
David__B Adobe Employee , Apr 07, 2017
Hi Jadonv,The libraries would continue to be available to collaborators. If the team admin removed your license, the account would still exist on the Adobe side. The storage level would immediately change to the free level membership, so go from 100GB to 2GB, which would obviously put you over your quota. You'd have 90 days to download any assets offline before they could be potentially removed.Please let me know if that makes sense, and if you need any additional clarification,Best,- Dave

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Moving this discussion to the  File Hosting, Syncing, and Collaboration forum.

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Hi Jadonv,

The libraries would continue to be available to collaborators. If the team admin removed your license, the account would still exist on the Adobe side. The storage level would immediately change to the free level membership, so go from 100GB to 2GB, which would obviously put you over your quota. You'd have 90 days to download any assets offline before they could be potentially removed.

Please let me know if that makes sense, and if you need any additional clarification,


Best,

- Dave

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