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Creative Cloud App icon no longer on Mac Taskbar

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Sep 28, 2018

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My Adobe CC App has always been displayed in my taskbar (where File, Edit, View, etc are) on my Mac.  Although I am signed in to my Account, and my account is up to date, it no longer displays.  I have no idea how to get it back up on my taskbar.  Any ideas please. 

Hi Deena2000,

Try opening the Creative Cloud desktop app by navigating to Applications > Adobe Creative Cloud > Adobe Creative Cloud (red shortcut icon). When the desktop app opens, it may simultaneously refresh the app icon in your menu bar. If not, while in the desktop app window click "Check for App Updates" under the three dots at the top of the window.

Let us know if that resolves the issue or if you need further assistance.

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Creative Cloud App icon no longer on Mac Taskbar

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Sep 28, 2018

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My Adobe CC App has always been displayed in my taskbar (where File, Edit, View, etc are) on my Mac.  Although I am signed in to my Account, and my account is up to date, it no longer displays.  I have no idea how to get it back up on my taskbar.  Any ideas please. 

Hi Deena2000,

Try opening the Creative Cloud desktop app by navigating to Applications > Adobe Creative Cloud > Adobe Creative Cloud (red shortcut icon). When the desktop app opens, it may simultaneously refresh the app icon in your menu bar. If not, while in the desktop app window click "Check for App Updates" under the three dots at the top of the window.

Let us know if that resolves the issue or if you need further assistance.

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Adobe Employee ,
Sep 28, 2018

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Deena2000, sorry that the Adobe Creative Cloud icon is not displayed in the menu bar.  What is displayed in the Menu Bar?  What version of Mac OS are you using?  Are you able to open the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop application by going to the Application folder?

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Sep 28, 2018

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Hi Deena2000,

Try opening the Creative Cloud desktop app by navigating to Applications > Adobe Creative Cloud > Adobe Creative Cloud (red shortcut icon). When the desktop app opens, it may simultaneously refresh the app icon in your menu bar. If not, while in the desktop app window click "Check for App Updates" under the three dots at the top of the window.

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Nov 25, 2019

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The creative cloud folder in application only has uninstall CC in it. Going via photoshop to get updates only works to bring the icon back if there new updates available. Why do Adobe make it so pointlessly difficult to get an icon back on the task bar after it disappears? It should be a simple click. 

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Feb 14, 2020

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No CC app in the folder.

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