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How do I remove files from my Assets?

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Jun 01, 2015

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Somehow a few of my documents ended up in my Cloud file (Assets). I see options for sharing, uploading, just about everything except DELETE. I'm sure there's an easy way to remove the files, but for some reason I'm not seeing it! Help!

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File deletion is a two-step process (think Trash on Mac OS X or Recycle Bin on Windows). You move files to the Archive and then delete them.

With a browser sign in with your Adobe ID to the Assets site at https://assets.adobe.com/files.

Switch the View from the default of Mosaic to List (so that it is easier to select multiple files at once).

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Then click the top check box to select all the files, click on the blue button, and select the Archive action.

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Then in the menu on the left select the Archive filter so you are at https://assets.adobe.com/files?filter=archive. Now click the Empty Archive link near the top left corner. In the overlay dialog that appears click the Permanently Delete button.

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How do I remove files from my Assets?

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Somehow a few of my documents ended up in my Cloud file (Assets). I see options for sharing, uploading, just about everything except DELETE. I'm sure there's an easy way to remove the files, but for some reason I'm not seeing it! Help!

--PB

File deletion is a two-step process (think Trash on Mac OS X or Recycle Bin on Windows). You move files to the Archive and then delete them.

With a browser sign in with your Adobe ID to the Assets site at https://assets.adobe.com/files.

Switch the View from the default of Mosaic to List (so that it is easier to select multiple files at once).

Screenshot 2015-06-01 11.32.13.png

Then click the top check box to select all the files, click on the blue button, and select the Archive action.

Screenshot 2015-06-01 11.32.34.png

Then in the menu on the left select the Archive filter so you are at https://assets.adobe.com/files?filter=archive. Now click the Empty Archive link near the top left corner. In the overlay dialog that appears click the Permanently Delete button.

Screenshot 2015-06-01 11.33.07.png

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File deletion is a two-step process (think Trash on Mac OS X or Recycle Bin on Windows). You move files to the Archive and then delete them.

With a browser sign in with your Adobe ID to the Assets site at https://assets.adobe.com/files.

Switch the View from the default of Mosaic to List (so that it is easier to select multiple files at once).

Screenshot 2015-06-01 11.32.13.png

Then click the top check box to select all the files, click on the blue button, and select the Archive action.

Screenshot 2015-06-01 11.32.34.png

Then in the menu on the left select the Archive filter so you are at https://assets.adobe.com/files?filter=archive. Now click the Empty Archive link near the top left corner. In the overlay dialog that appears click the Permanently Delete button.

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