I have the Photography plan (Lightroom Classic and Photoshop, 20GB cloud storage). I almost entirely use Lightroom Classic on my mac and sync various collections to Adobe Cloud to do simple edits on the go - I look at these photos and edit them on my iPad and phone. I've previously imported photos directly onto the iPad and accidentally switched on my camera roll import on my phone - but I've switched that off and have since deleted the files.
As far as I understand, synced photos from Lightroom Classic do not take up my allocated cloud space, and the number of photos I sync doesn't seem to affect the amount of cloud storage space I have.
Adobe currently tells me that I am using 4.1GB of my space, however I can't work out what is taking up this space. When I go to https://assets.adobe.com/files I have a very small number of files there, totalling maybe 20MB, but nothing that would account for this amount of space. I can't seem to find a way in Lightroom Classic on Mac, the web version of Lightroom or the iPad app to see what files are taking up space and the number hasn't changed at all 3 months of pretty regular syncing and unsyncing.
Is there any way to see what is taking up that cloud storage and to clear it?