Creative Cloud Assets - File Sharing on Personal Website

Sep 28, 2016

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I have a folder structure containing many template documents for many products. I am able to send links from My Assets for these files to share, that's great. Now I want to carry this folder structure to my personal website.

1) Do I, on my personal (not Adobe) website, hard link for each individual file that lives in My Assets to allow 3rd parties to download?

2) Did anyone successfully use iFrames to embed and display Adobe CC Assets on their own website?

3) Is there another way you may suggest?

4) How can I track these asset downloads?

Thanks!

cem/inspirian

Hi Cem/Inspirian

1) Do I, on my personal (not Adobe) website, hard link for each individual file that lives in My Assets to allow 3rd parties to download?

You can create links to download files. This page goes over options around this

Share Adobe Creative Cloud files, libraries, and more

I'm not sure how you could preserve a hierarchy of existing file structure unless you had all of the files in question contained with a .zip file

2) Did anyone successfully use iFrames to embed and display Adobe CC Assets on their own website?

I'm not positive I understand how this would be done but I don't think this would work because the Adobe CC assets has to be accessed first by logging in with one's Adobe ID credentials. I think the collaboration feature would be the closest thing we have to this currently.

Collaborate on folders and libraries from Creative Cloud account

3) Is there another way you may suggest?

Options mentioned above are what we have currently

4) How can I track these asset downloads?

I'm not aware of a way to track the number of downloads

Hope that helps,

- Dave

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Creative Cloud Assets - File Sharing on Personal Website

Sep 28, 2016

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I have a folder structure containing many template documents for many products. I am able to send links from My Assets for these files to share, that's great. Now I want to carry this folder structure to my personal website.

1) Do I, on my personal (not Adobe) website, hard link for each individual file that lives in My Assets to allow 3rd parties to download?

2) Did anyone successfully use iFrames to embed and display Adobe CC Assets on their own website?

3) Is there another way you may suggest?

4) How can I track these asset downloads?

Thanks!

cem/inspirian

Hi Cem/Inspirian

1) Do I, on my personal (not Adobe) website, hard link for each individual file that lives in My Assets to allow 3rd parties to download?

You can create links to download files. This page goes over options around this

Share Adobe Creative Cloud files, libraries, and more

I'm not sure how you could preserve a hierarchy of existing file structure unless you had all of the files in question contained with a .zip file

2) Did anyone successfully use iFrames to embed and display Adobe CC Assets on their own website?

I'm not positive I understand how this would be done but I don't think this would work because the Adobe CC assets has to be accessed first by logging in with one's Adobe ID credentials. I think the collaboration feature would be the closest thing we have to this currently.

Collaborate on folders and libraries from Creative Cloud account

3) Is there another way you may suggest?

Options mentioned above are what we have currently

4) How can I track these asset downloads?

I'm not aware of a way to track the number of downloads

Hope that helps,

- Dave

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Hi Cem/Inspirian

1) Do I, on my personal (not Adobe) website, hard link for each individual file that lives in My Assets to allow 3rd parties to download?

You can create links to download files. This page goes over options around this

Share Adobe Creative Cloud files, libraries, and more

I'm not sure how you could preserve a hierarchy of existing file structure unless you had all of the files in question contained with a .zip file

2) Did anyone successfully use iFrames to embed and display Adobe CC Assets on their own website?

I'm not positive I understand how this would be done but I don't think this would work because the Adobe CC assets has to be accessed first by logging in with one's Adobe ID credentials. I think the collaboration feature would be the closest thing we have to this currently.

Collaborate on folders and libraries from Creative Cloud account

3) Is there another way you may suggest?

Options mentioned above are what we have currently

4) How can I track these asset downloads?

I'm not aware of a way to track the number of downloads

Hope that helps,

- Dave

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