I pay enough money a month to talk to a support agent. I have a question and I would like a member thats liable to providing me with an accurate statement, that can refund me if they're wrong.
Adobe WILL NOT contact you - only scammers will do that, and there are many scammers. You need to use the phone or online chat info shown on the contact pages. We are only Adobe customers, like you - we can often help with technical issues, but not statements.
Also: if you have a Team or Enterprise subscription, you have a private support channel. The admin console lets you open support cases. Do not use the other methods (phone & chat) as you will get the wrong team.
That is so absurd. I pay so much a month and I cant get a single employee to talk to me...well except for their "very helpful" AI 😕 I'm seeing a lot of other community posts saying "Let me talk to someone" but I guess you can do anything when your software applications are the industry standard. I will try the phone number on contact, ( 800-833-6687 ).
We're all in this together, the peons of corporate industry lol.
If you are already using the chat, here's something Adobe don't tell you: if you type AGENT you will be connected (eventually) to a human.
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Adobe Customer Care is mainly for billing, account and activation issues. They can't teach you to use the software. That's not their job. There are plenty of online tutorials and User Guides to help with that.
Likewise, these product user-to-user communities are the quickest way for individual users to get help with product questions 24/7.
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My questions isnt how to use the software...I have been doing this for 7 years. My question is in regards to one of my applications billing affecting my adobe portfolio. But thank you.
To use Portfolio, you need to be logged-in to a qualifying paid Creative Cloud plan (Photography, All Apps, etc...).
For questions concerning Adobe Portfolio, reach out directly to the Portfolio Support team. Adobe Customer Care can't help you with that.
- Portfolio FAQ & Knowledgebase - https://help.myportfolio.com/hc/en-us
- Contact Portfolio Support Team - https://help.myportfolio.com/hc/en-us/requests/new?ticket_form_id=177168
- Adobe Portfolio on UserVoice - https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/how-to-user-voice.html
I have 4 apps, and have had a portfolio for a few years. When i tried to remove one of my subscriptions, it said my portfolio will be deleted even though i still have 3 active apps. I will contact support (thats the whole thing with this post) to confim what you say, so they can reinstate my page with all the work i've put into it without me having to recreate the entire site if its deleted. Thats why I want to deal with someone who is liable to give me an accurate answer, so I dont have to recreate my page if its deleted. Thanks for the help in contacting support.
The Portfolio team should be able to move your Portfolio content from the old ID to your current one.
Note the "since 2014" portion. Very helpful "expert" on the help site.