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Creative Cloud Sync Question

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Apr 02, 2019

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Hello,

Sort of new to the creative cloud and have a question that I am curious about.

In my desktop app, under preferences I have the creative cloud sync box unchecked/turned off. However, my photos are still syncing between all my lightroom applications, cc, mobile, and classic. The files are also NOT stored in my creative cloud folder on the desktop, nor are they in the cloud library when I log into the adobe website. I actually like how this is working. I am just hoping to understand it a bit better, as I am a bit confused. How can creative cloud sync be off, but all photos still syncing to lightroom and actual creative cloud storage space is being used but no files in the creative cloud folder?

Matt

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Correct answer by Abambo | Adobe Community Professional

Lightroom uses it's "own" space in the cloud. Syncing CC files is only for standard files that you put in a special directory and where CC takes care to upload them to the cloud. 

Moving from Adobe Creative Cloud​ to Lightroom — The cloud-based photo service

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Creative Cloud Sync Question

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Hello,

Sort of new to the creative cloud and have a question that I am curious about.

In my desktop app, under preferences I have the creative cloud sync box unchecked/turned off. However, my photos are still syncing between all my lightroom applications, cc, mobile, and classic. The files are also NOT stored in my creative cloud folder on the desktop, nor are they in the cloud library when I log into the adobe website. I actually like how this is working. I am just hoping to understand it a bit better, as I am a bit confused. How can creative cloud sync be off, but all photos still syncing to lightroom and actual creative cloud storage space is being used but no files in the creative cloud folder?

Matt

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Abambo | Adobe Community Professional

Lightroom uses it's "own" space in the cloud. Syncing CC files is only for standard files that you put in a special directory and where CC takes care to upload them to the cloud. 

Moving from Adobe Creative Cloud​ to Lightroom — The cloud-based photo service

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Lightroom uses it's "own" space in the cloud. Syncing CC files is only for standard files that you put in a special directory and where CC takes care to upload them to the cloud. 

Moving from Adobe Creative Cloud​ to Lightroom — The cloud-based photo service

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Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer

I'm not an Adobe employee. All advice constitutes my own opinion. Use at your risk! 🙂

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