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Hi. I am trying to share an album of photos through Adobe Lightroom cloud to a public forum. I don't want my name to appear. When I copy the link provided, it says "XYZ (album) by John Brown Photography." I can't for the life of me figure out how to just post an anonymous link.
In a web browser, go to https://lightroom.adobe.com/libraries/ and go to the collection. Then at the bottom of the page is a little icon called "Display". Click this and a panel appears, which you can expand and where you can remove your name. Not sure it catches all occurrences, but I think so.
From your screenshot, move the cursor over the little artists palette icon, third from the left at the bottom, and you'll see its tooltip is "Display".
Oh, right -- sorry -- I did find that and unchecked the "Show author" box already, as well as removed my name. However, when sharing the album it still shows my name in the tab at the top.
OK, I see that too.
So, have you ever tried Adobe Portfolio? It's included in your subscription with up to 5 domains and can import (called "integrate") with multiple collections from LR Web. To get going, select your collections and choose Send to Portfolio from the little menu that is up at the top right. You have a lot more control (ie there are a lot of buried settings in Portfolio) but I think you can remove any references to yourself.
I have used Portfolio before, but haven't tried being anonymous.
Thank you for the suggestion!