According to the FAQ, syncing or backing up photos takes up space in my Adobe Cloud. If so, why can't I view them in my Adobe Assets? If they take up valuable space anyways, then I should be able to open, view, download or share them.
For example, I have a beautiful photo that's backed up to the cloud. If I want to share that photo to someone via Assets, I'd have to reupload it, taking twice the time AND space. A single photo might not be much, but imagine whole albums.
Is there actually a way to do this? If not, then I truly think we're missing out on an important feature here.
Further question: how do I opt AGAINST backing up my LR Mobile photos to my cloud? I only have 100GB of space, and some albums aren't worth backing up.
Thank you in advance, for your time and assistance. Keep up the good work.
You can share a link of an Album of Photos from the App itself (tap on the Album’s three dots and Share Web Gallery) or individual photos via email/text/WhatsApp etc. (select photos then tap the box with the arrow).
Your Photos are stored in Lightroom‘s Cloud and I don’t thnk are accessible in Assets, although I may be wrong.
Currently there is no Selective Sync, so everything you import into the App or any Photos taken with the App’s Camera will upload to the Cloud.