Rejected Images

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Can rejected images be deleted? I don't want my rejected images to clutter up my account in an online folder.  Do they automatically delete after a period of time?

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Advisor , Nov 22, 2018 Nov 22, 2018
Hello Shadowdancer, Yes, I know what you mean about not wanting them online. No, you can not delete any of the rejected stock after it has been reviewed. Adobe does keep them but not for public view. They can track a contributor's offerings if they find a need, like a comparison to an offering you send in. It helps them see repeats that we might have forgotten about and resent it or compare a resubmission of work that you have repaired. Nothing to be ashamed of. I go look at mine all of the time...

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Hello Shadowdancer, Yes, I know what you mean about not wanting them online. No, you can not delete any of the rejected stock after it has been reviewed. Adobe does keep them but not for public view. They can track a contributor's offerings if they find a need, like a comparison to an offering you send in. It helps them see repeats that we might have forgotten about and resent it or compare a resubmission of work that you have repaired. Nothing to be ashamed of. I go look at mine all of the time to make sure I am improving. Best regards, JH

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Hi, As mentioned they stay there. It is chiefly for your reference. And that's about it.

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