I don't see files saved on cloud in Bridge. How do I find what I've saved on the cloud?
Bridge views the contents of your computer. If you have installed the Creative Cloud desktop app, you should also have CC File Sharing installed on your computer. This means you have a folder on your computer that is a sync of everything in your cloud. You can view this folder with Bridge. In the Creative Cloud folder you will find a Photoshop folder, and in there you will find projects that you saved to the cloud.
The Creative Cloud folder will be located in your home folder. Same place you find Applications, Pictures, Documents etc.
No, the sync folder is completely separate from the files saved to the cloud in Photoshop. This is the worst UX design I've ever seen. The only way to get automatic versioning is to save files to the cloud, but then the ONLY way to see those files is via the app or the web, and Bridge can't see them. That makes it impossible to do large batch jobs. Adobe should be embarassed by this.
Your right. I was sure that cloud documents were part of Creative Cloud assets which are synced to the Creative Cloud folder on the computer, but I was wrong. It doesn't make sense to me why this wouldn't be an option.
Good idea? It's insane they didn't do this to begin with. Adobe's cloud strategy is completely incoherent. It's like some MBA at Adobe said "we need to do cloud! everybody is doind cloud" and that was the extent of the design discussion.