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Selecting Multiple Files in CC Assets

Explorer ,
Jan 16, 2017

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So, we needed to select about 300 files (in order, so 300 in a row) out of around 1000 to unarchive. We had to manually checkbox EACH ONE. Is there not a shift-click type option to select multiple files? What is a workaround? Are the options, all, none, or manually add one by one? Am I missing something? For the ones not in archives, I can re-order them on my computer, then re-sync but OMG what a pain! Please help if you know something I don't!

Hi, I had the same problem and have found a solution that works good enough for me. Instead of using the online assets website/portal, I instead used the Creative Cloud folder that was made on my computer. I just selected the files I wanted to and dragged them to my computer's trash can. This automatically added them to the archives section on Creative Cloud. I did this on a mac, but I would assume this would also work on other operating systems.

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Selecting Multiple Files in CC Assets

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So, we needed to select about 300 files (in order, so 300 in a row) out of around 1000 to unarchive. We had to manually checkbox EACH ONE. Is there not a shift-click type option to select multiple files? What is a workaround? Are the options, all, none, or manually add one by one? Am I missing something? For the ones not in archives, I can re-order them on my computer, then re-sync but OMG what a pain! Please help if you know something I don't!

Hi, I had the same problem and have found a solution that works good enough for me. Instead of using the online assets website/portal, I instead used the Creative Cloud folder that was made on my computer. I just selected the files I wanted to and dragged them to my computer's trash can. This automatically added them to the archives section on Creative Cloud. I did this on a mac, but I would assume this would also work on other operating systems.

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Jan 29, 2017

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Hi, I had the same problem and have found a solution that works good enough for me. Instead of using the online assets website/portal, I instead used the Creative Cloud folder that was made on my computer. I just selected the files I wanted to and dragged them to my computer's trash can. This automatically added them to the archives section on Creative Cloud. I did this on a mac, but I would assume this would also work on other operating systems.

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Mar 22, 2017

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IF you unarchive all first, this works. The archived files are not on the computer folder. It's a messy workaround because the archives go back into folders and clutter them, but it's better than nothing.

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Soooo much easier...  Thanks !

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