For some Adobe apps, you can sign in with your social account, for example your Facebook account. This type of sign in is called Social Sign-in. This document explains how to sign in to Adobe apps using Social Sign-in, and where to find information on fixing any related errors.
If you don’t have an Adobe ID, you can sign in with your Facebook account to apps that support Facebook sign-in. Follow these steps:
If you sign in to Facebook with the same email address as your Adobe ID, you are prompted to connect your Adobe ID with your Facebook account. Once you connect the accounts, you can sign in to your Adobe ID account with your Facebook sign-in.
To connect your accounts:
If you previously signed in to an Adobe application with Facebook, and then try to sign in to another Adobe application that does not support social sign-in, you are prompted to add a password to your Adobe ID account. You can then use this password to sign in to Adobe apps and your Adobe account.
Tap the password field. You are redirected to a screen prompting you for a verification code that was sent to your email id.
Do not enter your Facebook password in the Password field. You will set a new Adobe password in the next screens. You can then use that password to sign in to Adobe apps and your Adobe account.
In the screen that appears, set your password. You can also change the first and the last name. Then, select Done.
After you have created a password as described in the previous section, you can use the email and password combination to sign in to Adobe apps that do not support social sign-in.
For Social Sign-in to work, certain permissions are required. For example, when signing in through Facebook, the Adobe Application needs permission to read your email address. Otherwise, a message is displayed prompting you to provide the needed permissions.
For more information on the messages and how to fix them, see Resolve errors related to Social Sign-in.