I installed Fressco. It imported some of my Draw projects. I have like 9 years of Ideas and Draw projects. I can see like 30 projects, that's probably a few months worth 🙂 Where are the rest? If I have to import 9 years of projects manually then I'll just keep using Draw.
I believe you're trying to import your Draw files into Fresco and when you launched the app only a few files were imported but most of them are missing.
Well, that should not be the case.
When you first launched Fresco and signed in with your Adobe ID, did you see the message of files being imported? If yes, did the message appear when the import was completed? Please see the post: https://community.adobe.com/t5/Fresco/Bring-your-art-from-Sketch-amp-Draw-to-Fresco-easily/td-p/1061... for screenshots.
How much Creative Cloud storage do you have available?
Do you see the complete project when you sign in here: https://assets.adobe.com/cloud-documents?
Let me know what you find.
What I mean is, when I go to Fresco, the Adobe Draw folder contains 40 projects plus the ones I imported manually. How did it decide to import these ones. They are not the newest projects or the most recently modified projects or the first ones alphabetically.
Here are my current storage stats.
Left: my CC storage used / available (yes ideas files are not included)
Right: my ideas files synced to my Mac x 339 files (only 59.6 MB)
Not shown: I have 339 files in CC synced files / some files in cloud documents (the 758.1 MB) / and 522 mobile creations.
Either way, the soltuion that everyone is suggesting (buy more storage) doesn't seem to align with the maths here (758.1 + 59.6 = ?? used). I'm barely using half my CC storage.