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Sending files to cloud

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Sep 11, 2020

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I have my photo files on my PC and want to sync with my cloud account. I have taken a subscription for 1 Tb of storage so know I can put my 345GB of photos there with room to spare. I just cannot work out how to link my cloud files and my pc files. It seems to want to duplicate my photofiles on my pc and tells me that I dont have enough storage on my C drive. Which of course I have not because I have my photo files there. What do I need to do to get my create cloud and pc working together?

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create your sync folder by clicking 1>2>3 in the cc desktop app

 

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then move (using your local file browser) whatever your want into that folder, or just assign your sync folder to be the folder that contains your photos so they're not duplicated locally.

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Sending files to cloud

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I have my photo files on my PC and want to sync with my cloud account. I have taken a subscription for 1 Tb of storage so know I can put my 345GB of photos there with room to spare. I just cannot work out how to link my cloud files and my pc files. It seems to want to duplicate my photofiles on my pc and tells me that I dont have enough storage on my C drive. Which of course I have not because I have my photo files there. What do I need to do to get my create cloud and pc working together?

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Correct answer by kglad | Adobe Community Professional

create your sync folder by clicking 1>2>3 in the cc desktop app

 

Screenshot - 9_11_2020 , 5_40_24 AM.png

 

then move (using your local file browser) whatever your want into that folder, or just assign your sync folder to be the folder that contains your photos so they're not duplicated locally.

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create your sync folder by clicking 1>2>3 in the cc desktop app

 

Screenshot - 9_11_2020 , 5_40_24 AM.png

 

then move (using your local file browser) whatever your want into that folder, or just assign your sync folder to be the folder that contains your photos so they're not duplicated locally.

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