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Is it me, or the search function when dropping image file and finding similar - has not been working for a couple of weeks now ?
"An error occurred. Please try again later." that's all what I get. Tried drag and drop, upload picture - result is the same.
Can you share the steps you ran into the issue? We like to see where (in our site) this is happening.
It is not working for me either
Looks like it's from the homepage (screenshot) location, I tried in varous places in the web using multiple types of image files, they are all working for me.
I'd like to suggest clean up browser data and/or login out & in as we are currently not having any existing image based search at the moment.
Thanks for the suggestions :), we already tried all of it but still wont work.
We even tried in various locations and browsers as well, more and more people in my workplace is having the same issue
It's not working for me either, it's very annoying.
Sorry @mic66076849 , @Eugene5E46 , @decodetales , but I think that you should answer @joon.Stock 's question when you want to get a chance for a solution. https://community.adobe.com/t5/stock-discussions/search-quot-find-similar-quot-from-pictures-does-no...
I am also getting this same problem. Instead of the camera icon there is just an icon that looks like two pieces of paper and a magnifying glass, when I click on that and drop the image into the upload window, the error message "something went wrong, try again later." Like the others I have tried multiple browsers cleared all caches and cookies and it is still the same. I eventually managed to speak to someone on the phone and he admitted he has the same problem and tried to transfer me to technical support but I was left on hold till the call disconnected.
Is there a solution for this please?
attached is a screenshot of what I am seeing on the website.
Came here looking for a solution but found none. However, reading through some of the suggestions and lists of thing people tried to do to fix it, I ditched Safari (cos I'm a Mac user) and used Chrome instead.
Maybe Adobe dislikes Safari?
We like to let you know that we identified where the issue is happening and will be working on addressing it.
HI, is there any update on this?i am in the same situation - using safari. I'v ebenver been able to tuse the feature and have tried multiple avenues.
We like to have this issue addressed by the first day of Dec. Thank you for your patience.