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Adobe Portfolio - which theme am I currently using?

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I've been using Pf for a while now and can't remember which theme I am using.  I was thinking of trying a different theme but so I can get back to the current theme if I need to, I'd like to be sure of which theme I am currently using.  How do I check?

 

Once this is resolved, would I be correct in my understanding that I would just need to go to themes and press 'Continue Editing' on the current theme to get back my current theme with all it's personalisation?

 

Any help would be much appreciated.

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That's theoretically correct.  But some of your customizations might get lost in translation. 

 

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Adobe Portfolio - which theme am I currently using?

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I've been using Pf for a while now and can't remember which theme I am using.  I was thinking of trying a different theme but so I can get back to the current theme if I need to, I'd like to be sure of which theme I am currently using.  How do I check?

 

Once this is resolved, would I be correct in my understanding that I would just need to go to themes and press 'Continue Editing' on the current theme to get back my current theme with all it's personalisation?

 

Any help would be much appreciated.

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

That's theoretically correct.  But some of your customizations might get lost in translation. 

 

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I had already seen your information on previous posts but cannot find anything that answers my question(s).  If you can find anything that I've missed I'd be most grateful.

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  1. Log-in to Portfolio & click Edit your sites. https://portfolio.adobe.com/
  2. From the left side toolbar, click on Themes.
  3. When you scroll down the list of available themes, you will see an indicator of which theme you have currently.  My screenshot below shows the current theme is Sawdust.  Yours may be different.
  4. Make a note of it somewhere and save it for future reference because once you change themes, PF won't remember what you had used previously.

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Post back if you have more questions.

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Thank you Nancy.

Once again I missed the blidingly obvious 🙂

If I try a different theme and then decide against it can I just go back to my current theme with all its cuurrent settings?  

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That's theoretically correct.  But some of your customizations might get lost in translation. 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Thanks Nancy.  That 'lost in translation' comment is a concern as I only want to see what other themes might look like.  I'll probably live with the current set up.  But thanks again for your help.  Stay well. 

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Listen, you can have up to 5 Portfolio sites.  Create a new one for test purposes and try out as many themes as you wish.  When done, delete it. 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Wow, good news and I'll give it a try.  Thanks again  for all your help.  It really is very much appreciated.

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