I have been using Adobe Sketch for the past few years and am currently trying to use the free version of Adobe Fresco since they are discontinuing Sketch. I'm looking to sync my files from Adobe Sketch over to Adobe Fresco. However, when I try to do that it gives a red error message saying: “Your selected project has failed to import due to insufficient Creative Cloud storage.” Is the only way for me to sync my files by subscribing and paying the $100 per year?
I understand that in the settings, it says Creative Cloud storage is 2GB. It also lists my local storage. I am wondering if once I use up the full 2GB Creative Cloud storage, will I no longer be able to continue creating stuff on this app? Or can I continue to use it with my local storage?
I do not have any subscriptions with Adobe. I used Adobe Sketch for free. My device's local storage still has about 80GB, but because my Creative Cloud storage has 2GB, I guess I can't bring over all my files to Fresco?
Hi, I have the exact same problem. However, I decided to pay one month of more storage in the Creative Cloud, because I really need to recover my work from Adobe Sketch. Problem is...I still cannot import my work. It keeps showing the same storage problem. Maybe Creative Cloud needs 24 hours to allow me the new recently payed storage suscription?