We used to have the ability to add our favorites (not yet purchased) to named libraries for later consideration. I have folders full of images for various usage (products, styles, etc.). Now I'm getting a "This asset needs to be licensed before it can be saved to a library." message when I try to favorite anything.
Why did Adobe change this? It's very annoying and screws up my workflow. Why can we no longer add assets for later consideration into specifically named folders? I don't want to put everything under one generic "Favorites" folder. Incredibly annoying.
Can you please provide the asset ID of the file you are trying to add as a favorite? I think I know why this is happening but would need to check the file.
This is a template. Templates and 3D assets cannot be downloaded as previews.
All I want to do is Favorite it, to add it to a list to remember that it exists and to potentially license it later. There doesn't seem to be a way to do that, which seems inefficient of Adobe Stock.
Because this is a template you cannot save it in this way. As a workaround you could create a bookmark or favorite in your browser for this file.
Most files you can save a preview, it has never been allowed for templates.
I'm totally agree with Tracyp
It's incredible, we have to be able to compare images before buying the license.
All stock-image shops allows to bookmark in a library your favorite images! this is the only way to find the better image we need... comparing.
I can't work like that!
Is that point is a work in process for adobe ?
"This file must be licensed before it can be saved in a library"
>> but it should be necessary to save at least the preview of the file (or the link to buy it later) and to be able to compare and choose...
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