Libraries - setting current library and moving assets between libraries

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Am I the only one who finds the library in Adobe Stock completely unintuitive and time-wasting?

When I purchase or save an asset, it always ends up in the wrong library, because it does not prompt for which library to use.

How do I move assets from one library to another?

 

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Correct answer by Marianne-Deiters | Adobe Community Professional

1. If you want it to be on adobe stock, hover the mouse over an asset, then click on the heart symbol. A message appears at the top right of the window. Go to the "manage" link and select the desired library

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In fact, it was previously possible to directly select the desired library on Adobe Stock. Maybe it has a technical background.

 

2. You can do it easily in your CC librairies online - https://assets.adobe.com/libraries/

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3. It is also very easy, for example, in Photoshop in the librairies panel.

Stock PS.jpg

 

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Libraries - setting current library and moving assets between libraries

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Am I the only one who finds the library in Adobe Stock completely unintuitive and time-wasting?

When I purchase or save an asset, it always ends up in the wrong library, because it does not prompt for which library to use.

How do I move assets from one library to another?

 

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Correct answer by Marianne-Deiters | Adobe Community Professional

1. If you want it to be on adobe stock, hover the mouse over an asset, then click on the heart symbol. A message appears at the top right of the window. Go to the "manage" link and select the desired library

Stock online.jpg

In fact, it was previously possible to directly select the desired library on Adobe Stock. Maybe it has a technical background.

 

2. You can do it easily in your CC librairies online - https://assets.adobe.com/libraries/

CC library.jpg

 

3. It is also very easy, for example, in Photoshop in the librairies panel.

Stock PS.jpg

 

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1. If you want it to be on adobe stock, hover the mouse over an asset, then click on the heart symbol. A message appears at the top right of the window. Go to the "manage" link and select the desired library

Stock online.jpg

In fact, it was previously possible to directly select the desired library on Adobe Stock. Maybe it has a technical background.

 

2. You can do it easily in your CC librairies online - https://assets.adobe.com/libraries/

CC library.jpg

 

3. It is also very easy, for example, in Photoshop in the librairies panel.

Stock PS.jpg

 

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Hi There,

When you save a license to the library, it gets added to the default library - which is the one you used last.  This can be changed by changing the library option from the pop up you get on the right-hand side of the page when you add the license. You may click on the "manage icon" to select the library. You may add the licenses to the desired library and then remove them from the old one. 

 

Click on " Manage" icon, to select the library.Click on " Manage" icon, to select the library.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You may refer, Getting Started page. 

If needed, you may contact Customer Care, for more help. 

Thanks,

Bhawna

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