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How to identify images using up my cloud quota

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Jun 29, 2020

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I've synced all the photos in my Lightroom Classic catalog with the cloud. They all have smart previews, so they aren't using any quota. However, in addition, there are some photos that originate from my smartphone camera, and some that originated from my DSLR, but synced with Lightroom via my smartphone. These do, of course, use up quota.

 

My question is, how do identify these photos so that I can delete them to free up some of my quota?

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You can do this in Lightroom Desktop (i.e. the cloud version). There you can filter for images that are synced and backed up or images that are synced from Classic in the filter bar (look for sync status). I don't think this is possible in any way in Classic.

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How to identify images using up my cloud quota

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I've synced all the photos in my Lightroom Classic catalog with the cloud. They all have smart previews, so they aren't using any quota. However, in addition, there are some photos that originate from my smartphone camera, and some that originated from my DSLR, but synced with Lightroom via my smartphone. These do, of course, use up quota.

 

My question is, how do identify these photos so that I can delete them to free up some of my quota?

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Correct answer by Jao_vdL | Adobe Community Professional

You can do this in Lightroom Desktop (i.e. the cloud version). There you can filter for images that are synced and backed up or images that are synced from Classic in the filter bar (look for sync status). I don't think this is possible in any way in Classic.

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You can do this in Lightroom Desktop (i.e. the cloud version). There you can filter for images that are synced and backed up or images that are synced from Classic in the filter bar (look for sync status). I don't think this is possible in any way in Classic.

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Thanks, the sync status --> "synced and backed up" filter in Lightroom gave me exactly what I was looking for.

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