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I'm on a team account for Adobe Stock, and we have almost 900 pages of stock images in our license history, with several different people making choices on what to download. Our internal archiving system is also a complete mess, so there's little understanding of where things live on internal servers. Is a search function for license history in the works? Is there a search bar command that I can use to search keywords for already-licensed materials? As much as I'd enjoy to get paid to go through each page by hand, I have work to do, and I don't want to double up on similar-but-not-quite-the-same images because I can't figure out which keywords my coworker across the country used.
Here is a related post which contains somewhat workaround - as of current, we don't have the feature you need and will try to consider this feature for future..
I did see that workaround. But, as it's a team account, I would have to individually download each image and reupload them into the cloud as a folder, correct? This isn't a solution. Where can I agitate for this feature to be implemented, or at least search commands like "in:licensed keyword:dog"?
You did your part fully here, I just passed this post to feature owner for strong consideration. And we do thank you for your input!
Please do- I have EXACTLY the same issue. It takes FOREVER to find anything and, try as I might, I can't get my teammates to consistently put the original Adobe stock ID in the Info for their images.