I've had a paid Creative Cloud account for several years and I'm searching for illustrations that come free with the account. In the past (six months ago maybe), there was a search filter that enabled me to search for such included content, but now when I search there's no such filter, and every item is tagged, "Free with trial." What trial? Am I missing a step? What happened to the free content that came courtesy of my Creative Cloud subscription. Thanks.
make sure your cc desktop app is up-to-date and then click search free assets in the cc app > apps
do you have a teams or enterprise subscription?
if not, is your cc desktop app up-to-date (upper left hamburger menu>help>about cc):
I confirmed that my CC is up to date. I don't think I have a teams or enterprise subscription. My plan is called, "Creative Cloud All Apps 100GB."
check your account to verify your subscription is what you expect and to verify your adobe id, https://accounts.adobe.com
if that shows
open your cc app > click stock &marketplace > free and click enter in the search field
good to hear!
"Free with Trial" means that you can take a 30-day free trial and then get assets that are for pay.
The free content is not courtesy of your Creative Cloud subscription, the free content is accessible also with a free Adobe id, without any subscription. The effect is the same, however.
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